Tragic Jade Goody’s hubby Jack Tweed is to be let out of prison this week after serving time for drunken assault - and will celebrate with a boozy nightclub bash.
The 21-year-old widower - who has served just over half his 12-week sentence - will be released on Friday.
And he has booked a lavish party at Faces nightclub in Gants Hill, Essex, for family and friends next Sunday - 57 days after Jade’s funeral.
The shindig has been branded “Jack Tweed’s Relaunch Party” by his pals, who have even come up with a poster for the do that reads: “Jack’s first night out in over a year!”
But some friends have voiced serious concern about the event coming so soon after Jack was jailed for assaulting a taxi driver.
The party will take place only ten weeks after mum-of-two Jade lost her brave battle against cervical cancer aged 27.
Jack hopes the party will lead to a string of bookings at the Essex nightspot which will revive his career as a nightclub promoter.
However, pals also think his violent temper could 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,” said one friend. “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.”
The News of the World has also learned that he will be released from Chelmsford jail, Essex, without an electronic tag.
Jack was caged in April for his attack on cabbie Stephen Wilkins, 54.
“The most important thing is, however he chooses to make his money, he doesn’t let himself down again. It’s what Jade would have wanted.”
And that was the vow Jack had made to Mark at his wedding to the Big Brother star.
“I just want to get my life back on track and start afresh,” he told him.
“I want to be able to support Bobby and Freddie all the way so I am going to get my head down and really work my socks off.
“I will make Jade proud.”