Roxanne Pallett has left 'Celebrity Big Brother'

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Newly exited Celebrity Big Brother contestant Roxanne Pallett is facing growing criticism for her behaviour in the CBB house, including from her former on-screen husband.

The former Emmerdale star quit the reality programme following a row involving Ryan Thomas, who she alleged had hurt her by punching her.

She re-enacted what she believed happened and then said: "This is why women don't say anything because it gets turned around".

The Married At First Sight star had grown close to Pallett while in the house, but he told host Emma Willis that he felt "played" by her.

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Channel 5 confirmed on Saturday that Pallett chose to leave the Big Brother house, and that "the remaining housemates have been informed". Pallett said afterwards: "He actually punched me like a boxer would punch a bag. The remaining housemates have been informed", a Celebrity Big Brother spokesperson said, adding there would be no further comment.

After Ryan confided in housemates Dan Osborne, Ben Jardine and Jermaine Pennant he never meant to harm Roxanne and the situation had been skewed, Roxanne rushed to tell the boys her side of the story.

"I'm not questioning your integrity", Pallett replied.

Roxanne said she would leave the house on last night's live CBB show when she was told she must choose between nominated housemates Ben Jardine and Jermaine Pennant. 'Ben's gone, people booed him, I heard chants outside saying "get Roxy out" and the majority of this house don't want to sit near me.

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She continued: "I need to see him".

Speaking about the incident, Roxanne's representative said: "Roxanne has no contact with the outside world to make her own statement, however we do know that Roxanne has worked closely with various domestic violence charities due to being a victim of domestic violence herself".

Celebrity Big Brother continues on Channel 5.

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