Jack Tweed's party ends in brawl
Jack Tweed's party to celebrate him being cleared of rape charges ended in a huge brawl after a group of men called him a rapist and his friends went to defend him
Jack Tweed's 'Freedom Party' ended in a huge brawl after a group of men reportedly called him a rapist.
The club promoter - widow of 'Big Brother' star Jade Goody - and his friends were on a night out in London on Wednesday (28.04.10) to celebrate him being cleared of rape but a fight broke out in the VIP area of exclusive nightclub Alto when the revellers began taunting him.
A source said: "Jack doesn't seem to realise that wherever he goes from now on blokes are going to call him names just to wind him up. He thinks it's business as usual but if you get accused of rape, it sticks - whether you're convicted or not."
The alleged brawl left at least one of Jack's friends with blood on his shirt but it didn't stop the group enjoying themselves and they left the venue and headed to Jet Black nightclub.
One Monday (26.04.10), Jack and his friend Anthony Davis were cleared of rape after a woman accused them of sexually assaulting her last September at Jack's Essex home.
The 22-year-old former football agent said: "I'd like to thank my legal team who fought to establish my innocence. I now wish to put the last eight months behind me and rebuild my life as a 22-year-old man."