Jade Goody's Widower Is a Free Man
After serving six weeks in jail on an assault conviction, Jack Tweed, widower of deceased reality star Jade Goody, was released from jail on Friday.
Tweed celebrated his freedom by visiting the Essex grave of Goody, whom he laid to rest on April 4, then knocking back a few with his pals at the King William IV pub in Chigwell.
Goody, who made a name for herself on Celebrity Big Brother, passed away on March 22 after a highly public battle with cancer.
Tweed, who began his jail sentence on April 14, was convicted of assaulting cab driver Steven Wilkins. During the May 2008 incident, Tweed was said to have put Wilkins in a headlock and threatened to stab him after being asked to pay the fare in advance.