Goody's widower Jack Tweed goes back to party lifestyle
Barely two months after his wife Jade Goody's death from cervical cancer, Jack Tweed has returned to his old lifestyle of parties, drinks and women with a "relaunch" celebration.world Updated: Jun 02, 2009 12:00 IST
Barely two months after his wife Jade Goody's death from cervical cancer, Jack Tweed has returned to his old lifestyle of parties, drinks and women with a "relaunch" celebration.
The 21-year-old, who had married reality TV star Goody in a lavish ceremony in February, has gone back to his old ways after being released from prison after a term of six weeks for assaulting a taxi driver, reported Daily Mail online.
Tweed, a part time model had gained celebrity status after he appeared with Goody on 'Big Brother' and he announced his comeback to the party scene with a "relaunch" party at Faces nightclub in his native Essex last night.
However, before hitting the party scene Tweed offered flowers at wife's grave.
But his decision to return to the scene has been widely criticised, even by his own publicist.
"It's a disaster waiting to happen, but nobody can make him listen to sense. He's got these mates who see him as a means of making a lot of money with clubs, bars and whatever," said Max Clifford.
"Jade made me promise that I would keep an eye on Jack because she knew what he was like and that's what I'll try to do. But at the end of the day, he's 21-years-old. What he's doing is all wrong," added Clifford.
Goody who succumbed to cervical cancer on Mother's Day in March had made Tweed promise that he will be a good role model to her sons Bobby five, and Freddie, four.