Jeff Brazier has broken his silence to reveal he’d had a ‘terrible day’ following Jack Tweed’s bombshell interview about Jade Goody, in which he claimed her dying wishes were denied.
39-year-old Jeff, who raised his two sons with Jade following her death, appeared on Instagram after the scandal to say he’d learnt an invaluable lesson.
Filming himself topless in his kitchen, troubled Jeff said into the camera: "If you don’t share with people how you feel and what you’re struggling with – if you are – then people can’t support you."
Without referencing Jack’s interview directly, Jeff said: "Days like today when there’s something going on in the background I’m able to talk to people about it and they are able to support me."
He continued: "As a result the situation feels so much better a lot quicker. So I’m grateful to everybody I spoke to today.
Jack then said his teenage son Freddie had made a mistake over the weekend for which he had now made ammends.
"As I explained to him just now, it’s not the mistake you make it’s your actions beyond that which count and dictates what sort of person you are," explained Jeff.
"Tonight he was doing a lot of really great stuff and I’m happy about that."
"Hope everyone’s had a really good day and here’s to another one tomorrow," concluded Jeff.
It comes after Jack Tweed spoke out to accuse Jeff of ignoring his late wife Jade Goody’s dying wishes.
In an explosive interview over the weekend, widower Jack claimed that Jade asked him to adopt her sons before her death and that their dad, Jeff, only saw them for one weekend every month.
He also claimed that her dying wish to send her sons Bobby, 15, and Freddie, 14, to private school has been denied.
He said Jade, who died of cancer in 2009, had wanted to pay for her son’s private school herself, but that her wish wasn’t fulfilled because her money was lost to the taxman.
Yesterday, the Mirror revealed Jeff was considering taking legal action against Jack.
His representative told Mirror Online: "Jeff is currently consulting his lawyers about the Jack Tweed interview."
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