Ryan Thomas wins Celebrity Big Brother 2018

Ryan Thomas wins Celebrity Big Brother 2018

When she was in the house the actress accused Thomas of deliberately hurting her with a punch, which viewers defended as play-fighting. Online: "Roxanne Pallett will be in Celebrity Coach Trip".

'The thing that disturbed me the most is that when I talked to her, she said "ouch" and she said he didn't apologise, and you can see that he did'. I opened the door and it was Gabby'.

"I think she's got a lot to deal with at the moment and so have I. She was always playing up to the camera".

Thomas appeared on Channel 5's The Jeremy Vine Show on Wednesday where he viewed the footage for the first time.

While talking about the incident, he was grilled over whether he would meet up with Roxanne for "a cup of tea" to hash out their issues, however he ruled out the meeting and admitted his focus was seeing his daughter Scarlett.

The former Coronation Street actor was shown footage of himself crying over the accusations in the Diary Room.

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Thomas went on, admitting that he had no idea how the whole thing started off. [Punchgate] is just a tiny bit of my journey.

'There's no element of time and the boredom. everything is heightened. "That house, when something happens you can become very isolated but as it unraveled - it was just nice to have your fellow housemates support you".

"If she wants forgiveness and it makes her feel better, I would rather give her that because I think she's been punished enough by the public and people around her". CBB makes headlines and sometimes for the wrong reasons.

He said: "Forgiveness is a big thing and this place is a terrible place if you get it wrong and I personally don't want to be a part of that".

"You know, it's something now, looking forward, it's not something I want to dwell on".

And despite branding herself 'the most hated girl in Britain,' former Emmerdale actress Pallett is far from done with reality television.

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