LONDON — The husband of reality television star Jade Goody, who died of cancer last month, has been jailed for 12 weeks for attacking a cab driver.
Jack Tweed, 21, was sentenced Tuesday at Harlow Magistrates' Court northeast of London. He had denied the assault charge.
Tweed's wife died March 22 after a highly publicized battle with cervical cancer. The couple married in a media extravaganza two months before her death.
Goody's last months were marked by an outpouring of public sympathy, but Tweed has been dogged by legal problems.
In September, he was given an 18-month jail sentence for beating a teenager with a golf club. He was granted early release on that charge.
Defense lawyer Tania Panagiotopoulou says Tweed has matured since Goody's illness and had pleaded for a lesser sentence.