Jade's jailed widower is given help to cope with grief

Jade's jailed widower is given help to cope with grief

A spokesman for Jack Tweed said he was "very, very down," after being handed a 12-week sentence for assault and the loss of his wife. Before beginning his sentence the 21-year-old was seen visiting the late reality star's grave with flowers every day.  
 
"He's being treated for what he's gone through. He is totally devastated. Any suggestion he has asked to be put in a special wing for protection is totally untrue," added Max Clifford.  
 
Media reports had suggested Jack had been moved to a safe wing of the Category B prison in which he's being held to prevent unwanted attention caused by his celebrity status

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Thursday April 16, 2009

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