He is said to have booked a lavish party at Faces nightclub in Gants Hill, Essex, for family and friends next Sunday, just 57 days after Jade's funeral. His pals have titled the bash 'Jack Tweed's Relaunch Party". According to the News of the World, his friends have even come up with a poster for the do that reads: 'Jack's first night out in over a year!'
However, some of his friends do not think it to be wise to celebrate in such a manner so soon after Jack was jailed for assaulting a taxi driver. "Jack's not thought about how it looks for a man jailed for a drunken assault to celebrate his release with an almighty p***-up! Those smug photos on the flyer make it look like Jack hasn't learned his lesson," one said.
Jack hopes the party will lead to a string of bookings at the Essex nightspot which will revive his career as a nightclub promoter, but his friends fear that his violent temper may lead to more trouble if he pursues his plan to make a living on the club scene.
"He has a violent temper when he's drunk. A nightclub promoter is hardly a good career move. It's like an arsonist deciding he wants to be a fireman. Jack's playing with fire," said one friend. Jack was caged in April for his attack on cabbie Stephen Wilkins, 54.