Jack Tweed told his Twitter followers that false reports funded new cars.
The widower of late reality superstar Jade Goody, Jack Tweed, has brazenly confessed to selling false stories to papers during the height of his wife's fame in order to make thousands of pounds to help fund their celebrity lifestyle. The news has shocked fans as Tweed refuses to apologise for duping the public for personal gain.
Jack Tweed says wife Jade Goody lied for money
In a startling revelation (more because of the fact that Tweed has so shamelessly confessed rather than the actual act of lying itself), Jade Goody's husband has bragged about taking in upwards of £30k from newspapers after selling fake stories so that the 'Big Brother' star could by herself a new car.
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The reality TV star lost her battle with cancer on March 22nd, 2009.
The former ‘Big Brother’ turned TV personality passed away on 22nd March 2009 at the age of just 27, having battled cervical cancer for a short time. In the midst of her fight against the disease, she walked down the aisle with Tweed, whom she had met on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ three years previously, just a month before she died.
Jade Goody died seven years ago on March 22nd
It's not the first time for the reality show
The Big Brother house has been plunged into a racism controversy, as Aaryn Gries, GinaMarie Zimmerman, Spencer Clawson have all been filmed using racial, homophobic and misogynistic slurs on their 24-hour live feed – the big three, so to speak.
"I find it disgusting and horrible that people still think this way in their hearts and act like it is okay to say," season 13 winner Rachel Reilly tells PEOPLE. "Every time one of these people come on a live feed I change it because I am so disgusted." Their behaviours have lead to problems outside the house: Gries, 22, has been dropped by her modeling agency in Texas and Zimmerman, 32, has been fired from her employer East Coast Pageant, Inc. CBS addressed the controversy in a statement. "Big Brother is a reality show about watching a group of people who have no privacy 24/7 – and seeing every moment of their lives," says the network's statement. "At times, the Houseguests reveal prejudices and other beliefs that we do not condone. We certainly find the statements made by several of the Houseguests on the live Internet feed to be offensive."
"I stand by CBS if they do not want to air it," Reilly says. "But I am saddened by what [the houseguests] have to say about minorities. The homophobic and racist remarks are beyond bad." Big Brother U.K was amidst a racism scandal when Jade Goody called someone of Asian heritage “Poppadum”.