Jade Goody's husband Jack Tweed hits out at claims he was 'with her for the money'

JADE Goody's husband Jack Tweed has slammed claims he was "with her for the money".

Jack says he was portrayed as a villain as he mourned his famous wife – despite never taking a penny from her.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the 33-year-old shared: “I never got one penny. I wouldn’t have taken any money.

“Jade tried to buy me a flat when she was in hospital, five weeks before she passed away.

“She searched to find me one so that she would know I am alright. I had to force her not to do it.

“I had to ring her agent and say: ‘Don’t send Jade any money.’

“I bought her thousands of pounds of jewellery and I didn’t take any of that back. I didn’t want anything to do with the will.

“Everyone was saying I was with her for the money and that couldn’t have been more wrong. I didn’t even want to hear about the will. Even if anyone spoke to me about it, I would say: ‘It’s nothing to do with me.'"

Jack has a rope necklace Jade used to wear that he cradles as a keepsake and wears occasionally for comfort.

“I have got little things, the candle, pictures. Her hospital bracelet. She used to wear this necklace. A bit of rope.

"It had a key on it with ‘Hope’ written on it. I have got that and I wear that sometimes.

“Apart from that, I got nothing that was worth any money.”

After Jade’s death, Jack struggled to live without her, going to prison, drinking heavily and spending £100 a day on cannabis.

Jack’s now a changed man, and is working as an electrician – the job he did before meeting Jade.

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