Jade Goody widower Jack Tweed quizzed over nightclub fight

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Jade Goody's widower Jack Tweed has been questioned by police over a fight outside a nightclub.









The 23-year-old was questioned yesterday on suspicion of affray after attending a police station in Ilford, east London, with his solicitor.



Police contacted Tweed after a brawl outside Wright's Deuces Bar and Lounge, in Chigwell, Essex, in the early hours of Monday morning.



His friend Mark Wright, 23, who appears in reality TV programme The Only Way Is Essex, was arrested at the scene with his younger brother Lewis, 20.



A spokesman for Wright said he stepped in to "protect his nightclub" after going outside when a scuffle broke out.



A 21-year-old builder suffered a black eye and bruised face during the punch-up. He declined medical treatment.



A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "A 23-year-old man attended an east London police station by appointment and was arrested on suspicion of affray."



Tweed, who was released on bail until later this month, married Big Brother star Goody, 27, shortly before she lost her battle against cervical cancer in March 2009.