Mark Wright and Jack Tweed in court after South Woodford bar scuffle
ONLY Essex star pleads not guilty in connection with mass brawl outside South Woodford club.
JADE Goody’s widower Jack Tweed and Only Essex star Mark Wright appeared in court today pleading not guilty to threatening and abusive behaviour in connection with a brawl outside a South Woodford bar.
Mr Wright was joined by Jack Tweed, 23, and younger brother Lewis 20, both of Roebuck Lane, Buckhurst Hill, who spoke to confirm their names and addresses, and enter not guilty pleas at Redbridge Magistrates’ Court in Barkingside.
Mr Tweed revealed to the Recorder after his hearing he had his ‘fingers crossed’ he would be found not guilty.
“Touch wood everything is going to be OK,” he said. “I’ve got my fingers crossed.”
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The court heard that Mr Wright, 24, of Abridge Heights, Abridge, allegedly became involved in a dispute outside Deuces Bar in Chigwell Road, South Woodford, at 2am on January 3, after a club night.
The three are due to appear again at Redbridge Magistrates’ Court on August 3.
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