Jack Tweed and Only Way Is Essex man Mark Wright in court over Woodford bar scuffle

JADE Goody’s widower Jack Tweed and reality TV star Mark Wright appeared in court on Tuesday accused of threatening and abusing behaviour outside a Woodford Green nightclub in a scuffle last month.

The pair, joined by Mr Tweed’s younger brother, Lewis, faced Redbridge Magistrates Court, in Cranbrook Road, Barkingside, where they only spoke to confirm their names.

23-year-old Mr Tweed, of Buckhurst Hill, widower of reality TV star Jade Goody, who died in 2009 of cervical cancer, is alleged to have used threatening words and behaviour towards Tom Grantham on January 3 outside Deuces Bar in Chigwell Road, Woodford Green.

Mr Wright, 24, of, Romford, appeared in reality TV show The Only Way Is Essex, which is due for a second series later this year as ITV bosses this week held auditions for new members of the cast.

Builder Mr Grantham suffered minor injuries during the scuffle, which happened at around 2am outside the bar managed by Mark Wright.

No pleas were entered and the three were released on unconditional bail.

The three are due to reappear at Redbridge Magistrates Court on February 22.