Jack Tweed begs for curfew waiver to be with dying Jade
Jade Goody‘s husband, Jack Tweed, has begged probation chiefs for his curfew to be lifted so he can be with his wife when she dies.
In a pre-arranged meeting in Harlow, Jack also asked officers for his tag to be temporarily removed.
He told The Sun: ‘Hopefully they will relax the tag to let me be with Jade. She’s my wife and she needs me by her side.’
Jack has a 7pm curfew as part of his early release from an 18-month jail sentence for assaulting a teenager with a golf club.
But the red tape means he is forced to leave his wife’s bedside every night to go to his mother’s house in Buckhurst Hill – a twenty-minute drive from Goody’s home in Upshire.
The upheaval is reportedly causing Jade even more heartache.
A friend told the paper: ‘Not having her husband with her is causing added upset to Jade. She becomes tearful when it starts getting close to the time when Jack has to leave.
‘He said he will break the curfew if she starts slipping away — but she doesn’t want him to end up back in prison.
‘It is a constant stress which she doesn’t need. They have had such a short time together as man and wife.
‘It would be heartbreaking if they were denied this final time together.’
But Jade Goody‘s spokesman has assured everyone that the couple understand the terms of his bail.
‘They have put a few feelers out but they are not really expecting anything,’ he explained.
‘They are exploring possibilities. Both Jade and Jack were chuffed they got to spend their wedding night together.
‘We are not taking liberties. We don’t want to push it and we understand the deal — but it would be wonderful if something could be done.
‘Jade would obviously love to have her husband by her side at the moment.’
Jade and Jack got married at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Essex last weekend in what was described as Jade’s ‘dream day’.