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Jack Tweed's Biography

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Jack Tweed was born on 9 June 1987.

In January 2007, Jack Tweed together with his then girlfriend Jade Goody and her mother entered Celebrity Big Brother.

Jack ended up getting further than Jade and Jackie but was evicted on the final night in sixth place.

Jack Tweed, who was six years younger than Jade Goody, was sometimes described as a budding football agent. They started dating in January 2006. Jade had previously been married to Jeff Brazier.

In May 2007, the BBC article, Goody is pregnant with third baby, reported that: "Reality TV star Jade Goody is expecting her first baby with boyfriend Jack Tweed."

In August 2007, however, it looked like Jade Goody and Jack Tweed had split up and This is London reported that Jade's ex Jack tries on the charm with Big Brother's Chantelle.

However, in November 2007, The Star reported that Jade Goody and Jack Tweed were getting married in Manhattan on February 29, 2008.

In January 2008, Heat reported that Jack Tweed appeared in court over charges of actual bodily harm, accused of using a golf club to attack a 16-year-old boy back in December 2006.

In September 2008, Jack Tweed was found guilty of the charges and was sentenced to 18 months in prison.

In the end, Jack Tweed was released from prison in January 2009 and was greeted by Jade Goody.

On 15 February 2009, The Observer reported that Jade Goody and Jack Tweed were to marry and have her two sons christened as soon as possible after being Jade was told that her cancer was terminal, stating that: "Goody's boyfriend Jack Tweed, 21, proposed to her in hospital after learning that she has just months to live."

On 20 February 2009, the UK authorities allowed Jack Tweed's curfew conditions to be relaxed to allow him to spend his wedding night with Jade Goody.

On 22 February 2009, Jack Tweed married Jade Goody at Down Hall in Essex.

On 2 March 2009, Jack Tweed appeared in court charged with the assault of a taxi driver.

The following day, Jack Tweed was convicted of the assault.

Jack Tweed's wife Jade Goody died on 22 March 2009.

It was later revealed that Jack Tweed will be able to attend Jade Goody's funeral because his sentencing for assault had been postponed.

On 4 April 2009, the day of Jade Goody's funeral, Jack Tweed was among the six pallbearers carrying her white coffin into the church.

On 14 April 2009, Jack Tweed was sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment for assaulting a taxi driver, Stephen Wilkins.

On 16 April 2009, The Telegraph reported that Jack Tweed had been isolated in a secure wing of Chelmsford Prison to protect him from attacks from other prisoners.

On 24 May 2009, The Telegraph reported that Jack Tweed was about to be released from prison after serving just over half his sentence and that he planned to celebrate at the Faces nightclub in Gants Hill.

Upon his release from prison, Jack Tweed was met by his mother Mary and his friend Mark Wright.

On 4 September 2009, Jack Tweed was arrested by police investigating an allegation of sexual assault. The alleged incident occurred in the Redbridge area. The following day he was charged with rape.

On 22 December 2009, Jack Tweed denied two counts of rape when he appeared by videolink from Pentonville Prison during a hearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court. The trial was set for 12 April 2010.

On 26 April 2010 Jack Tweed and Anthony Davis were cleared of raping a teenager in Essex.

In November 2010, Jack Tweed and his friend Mark Wright were opening an Essex bar Deuces.

In January 2011, Jack Tweed was arrested on suspicion of affray following a brawl at Deuces Bar and Lounge.

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