Tweed said he felt 'sick and dirty' following his encounter with blonde Lisa O'Connor, 21. His fling came just three months after the Big Brother star lost her battle to cervical cancer in March. However, Tweed has claimed that he was so ashamed afterwards that he burst into tears.
“I didn"t stay the night. I had started to sober up and left after it happened. I felt so guilty that I started crying when I went home," the Mirror quoted him as telling New! Magazine. “I think, 'What happens if she can see and she saw me doing that?" I know she told me to move on, but it"s very soon," he added.
He said that he was now avoiding his mum, who would 'give him a lecture', and was 'nervous' about speaking to Jade"s mother Jackiey Budden. He also fears he could be in for a beating from the tragic reality star's family and friends.