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Jack Tweed’s ‘rape attack’ caught on film?

Jack’s alleged rape assault on a teenager may have been filmed with a phone camera,it has emerged.

Written by ANI | London |
September 7, 2009 1:01:13 pm

Jade Goody’s widower Jack Tweed’s alleged rape assault on a teenager may have been filmed with a mobile phone camera,it has emerged.

Cops looking into the case are said to be combing handsets of partygoers at the 22-year-old’s bachelor pad to find clues in case the alleged incident was recorded by one of his pals.

“Whenever Jack held one of his parties,the phone cameras were always out,” the Daily Star quoted a partygoer as saying.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if there were some pictures taken that night. In a worst case scenario,pictures could even be leaked on the internet,” the partygoer added.

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Tweed,whose wife died aged 27 of cervical cancer earlier this year,was taken into custody after the 19-year-old girl accused him of raping her after inviting her back to the pad from a London nightspot in the early hours.

The girl alleged that Tweed forced her to have intercourse as another man joined in.

After leaving the rented house,the teenager,who was with two female pals,reported the incident to the cops who arrived just hours after the alleged incident.

They also arrested Tweed’s pals,former boyband star Ashley Rubin and Antony Davis.

Tweed’s lawyer Philip Smith said: “We will be vigorously denying this allegation.”

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