Prison release for Jack Tweed
Jack Tweed has been released from prison after serving half of his 12-week sentence for assault. The 21-year-old widower of Jade Goody was met by his mum and friends outside the Edmunds Hill Prison near Newmarket, Suffolk, shortly after 10am today, reports The Sun.
Tweed was jailed in April after being convicted of assaulting a taxi driver in Epping, Essex, last year. During sentencing, the judge admitted that his sentence would have been longer if it had not been for the "change in his personal circumstances". He is expected to visit his late wife's grave later today, after reporting for probation and meeting with his agent.