Jack Tweed’s days as a celebrity seem to be numbered. The part time model who shot to fame as reality TV star Jade Goody’s husband and later widower was recently turned away from an A-listers only club in London.
Tweed who released from prison last week after serving a six week term for assaulting a taxi driver has also recently signed on a low budget film where he will play a DJ, reported Daily Mail online.
The 21-year-old Tweed had earlier earned the wrath of the British media, when he hosted a “relaunch party” to celebrate his release, barely six weeks after his wife’s death.
Tweed was club hopping in London with three girls when he and his entourage was turned away from Bungalow 8, where Samantha Ronson and Lindsay Lohan were spotted partying.
But the aspiring actor made it a point to kiss his wedding ring as he walked past photographers, waiting outside the club.