'CBB' victor Ryan Thomas says he's forgiven Roxanne Pallett

Lucy has stood by boyfriend Ryan throughout his CBB ordeal

Lucy has stood by boyfriend Ryan throughout his CBB ordeal

The 34-year-old soap star beat Kirstie Alley to emerge victorious on the Channel 5 show, after a controversial series which saw Roxanne Pallett falsely accuse him of punching her "like a boxer". The former Cheers star said: "I never foresaw myself sleeping with 13 other people, like Caligula or something".

Ryan Thomas was crowned the victor of Celebrity Big Brother on Monday night and emerged from the house to screams from supportive fans.

He had been the bookies' favourite following the Roxanne drama.

Ryan was then shown a clip from Roxanne's interview on the same show from when she first left the house, which included a public apology to the former 'Coronation Street' actor and his loved ones.

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She said: "I'm the most hated girl in Britain right now, it's a lot to deal with. that's the title I feel everyone has given me at the moment".

The interview comes as CBB victor Ryan fought back tears as he watched back his emotional breakdown on the show in the midst of "Punchgate". However, after Thomas left the Big Brother house victorious, he's said that he thinks it's time to forgive Pallett. Seeing the footage of Ryan in the Diary Room, distressed.

"I've not seen that back, I've not seen any of it back". That house, when something like that happens, you can become very isolated. "I think she's suffered, or suffering, enough, and I don't want to be a part of that".

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On the subject of meeting up with Roxanne to hash out their issues, Ryan stated: 'It's something looking forward that I don't want to dwell on.

"I really don't wanna fuel something I feel Roxanne has gone through without me, you know coming out here, and I feel as if I don't know enough about the outside world to start commenting".

The DJ added: "I hope there's not too much of a witch hunt because her career is already over now".

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