Thomas, 34, who was crowned the show's victor on Monday night, was accused by fellow housemate Pallett of hurting her with a punch, which many viewers defended as play-fighting.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he said: "For me, normality is all I've ever wanted".
Actor Ryan Thomas was crowned the victor of Celebrity Big Brother on Monday night, bringing to a close a dramatic series of the show which saw Jermaine Pennant as well as Roxanne Pallett make the headlines.
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He had a tough time in the Borehamwood Bungalow when he was accused by Roxanne Pallett of "punching her repeatedly" during a play fight.
'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'.
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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". Nominations become a disgusting thing because you end up having to b***h and I know it has to happen and everyone knows what they're doing in there'.
Pallett later retracted the allegations and apologised for putting someone in that position under strong interviewing from Celebrity Big Brother host Emma Willis.
When asked whether he accepted the apology, Ryan insisted: "Listen I think that Roxanne has been through a lot. I think she's been punished enough by the public".
He said: "Can I be really, really honest I don't know what's been said about Roxanne I only know what I went through when I was in "Big Brother". I think she's suffered, or suffering, enough, and I 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.