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Celebrity Big Brother victor Ryan Thomas 'set to make millions'

Celebrity Big Brother victor Ryan Thomas 'set to make millions'

Pallett later retracted the allegations and apologised for putting someone in that position under strong interviewing from Celebrity Big Brother host Emma Willis.

Ryan Thomas emerged as the victor of this year's Celebrity Big Brother competition.

However she later quit the house and admitted she was wrong after seeing Ryan's devastation. Online that she will return to reality television as part of Channel 4's Celebrity Coach Trip revival.

"People can have an opinion on her, but I'm sure she's learned her lesson, she will probably never get a career".

She said: 'He said he sleep walked that night to my bed, I think that was intentional. then he saw the cameras and backed off!'

'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'.

He appeared on Jeremy Vine earlier today to discuss winning the Channel 5 competition, and the impact the incident had on him while he was there.

Ryan watched the footage live, after which he was left stunned and emotional as he watched himself weeping in the Diary Room and desperately pleading his innocence.




"The whole process, it's tedious". That house, when something like that happens, you can become very isolated.

He said: "If she wants forgiveness and it makes her feel better I would rather give her that and I think she's been punished enough by the public".

"I appreciate Roxanne's apology and I think it's time that we move on and look forward and not dwell on the past".

She said: "I found it really hard coming out of the house, I can't imagine what it must be like to come out to that kind of reaction".

But Roxanne, 35, kicked up a fuss about the incident, eventually removing herself from the house after claiming she couldn't be in the house any more.

"I think that Roxanne's been through a lot".

"I have a daughter that I want to concentrate on so it's not my priority".


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