Roxanne Pallett leaves Celebrity Big Brother house after domestic violence claim

OUTRAGE Roxanne and Ryan Thomas

Roxanne has demanded Big Brother to kick Ryan out of the house, however they stated that the situation had been dealt with and that Roxanne was safe in the house.

Exactly one week after Rodrigo Alves was removed from "Celebrity Big Brother" following controversy surrounding racist remarks, "Emmerdale" actor Roxanne Pallett has left the reality TV show.

On Saturday morning, the CBB Twitter account announced that Pallett had chose to leave the Big Brother house.

Earlier this week, Pallett had alleged that her former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Ryan Thomas had punched her during her time in the house.

"Roxanne chose to leave the CBB house late last night after deliberating for two days with some sensitive issues she felt strongly about. The remaining housemates have been informed", a Celebrity Big Brother spokesperson said, adding there would be no further comment.

Roxanne lodged a complaint against Ryan after he jokingly hit her in the ribs during what seemed to be a play fight.

"Maybe it came across the wrong way".

Pallett said: "I'm not questioning your integrity. I just felt shocked and it threw me".

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Explaining what happened, he said: 'I'm saying to her, "What did he do?"

Ryan was keen to make amends with Roxanne however, and he tearfully apologised and said: "I am not the person you felt was treating you that way".

On the Channel 5 show, Ben Jardine - who was evicted last night - told Ms Pallett he loved her.

"I'm going home. I need out. I'm thinking, that's not right!"

Lucy wrote to her 1.57million Twitter followers: "I don't think she is mentally fit to be in the house".

During Friday night's live eviction, a clip was shown of her shaking hands with Ryan in order to draw a line under the incident.

It was announced today that Roxanne had quit Celebrity Big Brother in the wake of her 'altercation' with Ryan Thomas.

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