Reality TV star Jade Goody, who passed away last year, has left her three-million pound fortune to her two young sons, while her widower Jack Tweed hasn’t been left a penny in her will.
The Big Brother star, who died at the age of 27 after battling cervical cancer, set up a trust for her children, but excluded Tweed, 22, from her legacy. Tweed, who is currently awaiting trial for the alleged rape of a 19-year-old girl, has been given Goody’s final car, but even that was at the trustees’ discretion.
Goody, who shot to notoriety in India after racially abusing actress Shilpa Shetty on the TV show Celebrity Big Brother, wrote her will to ensure that her money is stored away for her two sons, Freddie, six, and Bobby, five.“It’s not that she wanted Jack to have nothing. She was generous when she was alive and he can ask for money from the trust if he likes. But, she lived for her kids and everything was geared to leaving them financially secure,” said a source.