PR guru says no one can make him see sense


Max Clifford isn’t impressed with Jack Tweed‘s post-jail plans.

The 21-year-old was released from Edmunds Hill Prison on Friday after serving six weeks of a 12-week sentence for assaulting a taxi driver.

And Jack’s pals are arranging a trip to Marbella and a series of club events to mark his comeback.

‘It’s a disaster waiting to happen, but nobody can make him listen to sense,’ says Max.

‘He’s got these mates who see him as a means of making a lot of money with clubs, bars and whatever. It appears to be a crass attempt to drum up a bit of money.’

Jack visited the grave of late wife Jade Goody shortly after being freed on Friday.

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,’ he tells the Daily Mail.

‘But at the end of the day, he’s 21 years-old and his head is being turned. What he’s doing is all wrong.’

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