Jeff Brazier says Jade Goody’s death has led him to “absolute chaos and crisis.”

Jeff Brazier, 42, said he relied on a mental health charity following the death of Jade Goody during an appearance on GB News

Jeff Brazier spoke about the “absolute chaos” he faced after Jade Goody’s death.

The presenter said he and the sons he shared with former partner Jade fell into a “crisis” after she died of cervical cancer.

Speaking to Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster on GB News, he said: “I think for anyone who loses someone, whether it’s a parent or if you lose someone, you’re in a crisis, you’re in the absolute Chaos.

“And it’s not the time to really sit and think logically and rationally about your future and the plan.

Jeff Brazier and Jade Goody in 2004 before she fell ill

Jeff spoke openly about his mental health after Jade’s death



“It’s something that takes years to regain a foothold or even feel like it’s halfway there.”

The 42-year-old said his mental health had gotten so bad he had to turn to a charity for help.

“Without the grief encounter, I probably wouldn’t have done the work I did with the boy. We owe so much. And that’s why I always fundraise for them.”

Jeff is a father of two to Bobby and Freddie


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Jeff takes a walk to raise mental health awareness


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Jeff shares sons Freddie and Bobby with Jade, who died in 2009 after a battle with cervical cancer.

Speaking about the charity, he added: “They understand their fortunate position – and it sounds strange to me to say the fortunate position, but the fortunate position, they’re really where they have the ability to give back, and they enjoy things like that.”

“I hosted a walk and talk event on Mother’s Day which was attended by 80 people. I’m proud to do these things.

Jade left behind sons Bobby and Freddy, aged eight and seven at the time of her death


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“And I’m proud that the guys want to be a part of these things, because I just think that makes us pretty decent people…”

Father of two raises awareness by walking around South Essex.

He said he felt people needed to “reconnect” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jade rose to fame while appearing on Big Brother in 2002


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He said: “I know people are afraid to come back outside after the pandemic.

“I think we forgot about it and stopped connecting with our neighbors.

“When we’re not working or using gadgets, we all tend to look down, but that needs to change.”

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