Jack Tweed says he and late wife Jade Goody sold fake stories to magazines for £30k
Jack Tweed has claimed he and his late wife Jade Goody would sell fake stories to magazines for a quick payout.
Magazines like Hello! and OK are famous for nabbing world exclusive and often pay celebrities for the rights to their weddings, first images of their babies or particularly interesting personal stories.
Jack tweeted that he and the former reality star, who died of cervical ancer in 2009 would "make some lie up" in order to land a spread.
"Some strange clueless people in that z list world that believe anything. The amount of bullshit that me and jade used to make up ...1/2
"When she wanted a new car or whatever just make some lie up every1 believes it 4 storys and £30k later ur laughing.."
He didn't name any publications and has since deleted the tweets.
One fan asked: "Why bring up Jade?! Not really fair is it?"
To which he replied: "If I want to talk about my wife I will thanks."
Tweed no longer sees Goody's children with former partner Jeff Brazier, who has sole custody of Bobby Jack and Freddie.
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