A smiling Jack Tweed began a new chapter in his life this week as he walked out of a prison in Suffolk. The 21-year-old was greeted with a kiss from his mum Mary and a hug from his best pal and business partner Mark Wright as he returned to liberty on Friday
On the agenda for his first day of freedom was a meeting with his agent and a celebratory Chinese meal with his mother and friends. He also planned to visit the grave of his late reality star wife Jade Goody, who lost her battle with cancer on March 22.
A welcome back party for Jack is also being held at an Essex night club on Sunday - described on a promotional flyer as "Jack's first night out in over a year".
The former part-time model, who served six weeks for assault, reportedly wants to revive his career as a club promoter. "I've made mistakes and I've served my time," he says. "Now I want to prove all those people who doubted me that they were wrong."
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