London (ANI): Pals of Jack Tweed, who has been struggling to cope with the tragic death of his wife Jade Goody, fear he may crack if he is sent to prison again. The grieving widower, who lovingly cared for his cancer-stricken wife till she passed away on March 22 aged 27, was temporarily released from jail.
The 21-year-old had been found guilty of drunken assault on a taxi driver after losing his temper over the fare. He was given a reminder that he would not be provided any special treatment despite the media circus around his late wife.
And now, his friends predict his recurrent sleepless nights and growing bizarre behaviour might just land him with a breakdown if he is placed behind bars.“He has been in limbo since Jade's death. He can't bear the thought of not being able to visit his wife's grave," the Sun quoted a pal as saying.
Another pal added: “Jack fears the worst. He has visited Jade's grave every day. It breaks his heart he won't be able to if sent down again. He hated his time in jail before and is dreading a repeat experience.