London (ANI): Incarcerated Jack Tweed will be celebrating his release with a Chinese meal at his favourite floating Chinese restaurant, it has emerged.
The 21-year-old former model has been serving 12 weeks for assault on a taxi driver at Edmunds Hill prison and will be freed today. Tweed's friends will be whisking him in a limo to his favourite floating Chinese restaurant in London's Isle of Dogs. He will also make a pilgrimage to the late Big Brother star's resting place in Buckhurst Hill, Essex.
"Loads of Jack's mates are going to meet him outside the jail and be with him for the rest of the day," the Daily Star quoted a friend as saying. "He's been really down in prison because he's missed his kids and Jade. "He was also gutted to miss out on seeing his mate Josh Wright playing for Gillingham when they got promoted. "All of his friends just want to get his spirits up again," the friend added.
Tweed will also be meeting Goody's kids Bobbie, five, and Freddie, four. He is also due to attend a party in his honour on Sunday May 31. The "Relaunch of Jack Tweed" bash will be at Faces in Gants Hill, Essex. Friends have billed it "Jack's first night out in a year" and hope it will help relaunch him as a club promoter.