Jade Goody's widower may miss her funeral
Jack Tweed, widower of Jade Goody who passed away early Sunday morning, could miss out on saying a final goodbye to his wife, as he faces up to the prospect of a jail term.entertainment Updated: Mar 24, 2009 14:05 IST
Jack Tweed, widower of late British reality TV star Jade Goody who passed away early Sunday morning, could miss out on saying a final goodbye to his wife of four weeks as he faces up to the prospect of a jail sentence.
The 21-year-old is due in court on Thursday for sentencing after he was found guilty of assaulting a taxi driver last month and might miss her funeral ceremony if convicted, reports
Tweed who has been wearing an electronic tag and been subject to curfews during Goody's final days was warned that he faces a custodial sentence, but could be released because convicts are often allowed out to attend funerals.
The funeral, which is expected to take place sometime in the next 10 days, will start with a cortege through Loughton - near her home in Upshire, Essex and will be held at Goody's local church, St. John the Baptist in Buckhurst, suburban town in Essex.