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While Pallett has been widely denounced for undermining genuine victims of domestic violence, the charity Women’s Aid has supported her
Lunatics at Womens Aid back lying devious Pallett for claiming violence when there was none
(This is the same lawyer run mob whose statements are read in court every day by crooked lawyers using their support
of devious women to fleece their ex husbands)
Roxanne Pallett cries (wolf) and calls herself ‘the most hated girl in Britain’ as she admits she’s scared about her future after Ryan Thomas punch row
(Lying devious Womens Aid lackeys getting their day)
Celebrity Big Brother’s Ben Jardine slams Roxanne Pallett as ‘cold and calculated’ after manipulating him over Ryan Thomas punch scandal
Lorraine Kelly urges Roxanne Pallett to seek help and ‘get her head straight’ after accusing Ryan Thomas of punching her in Celebrity Big Brother
(Sam Attwater who played Leon Small on EastEnders in 2010 – branded Roxanne “dangerous” and said she was the one who "hit him")
CBB’s Roxanne Pallett slammed by TWENTY of her ex-Emmerdale co-stars who back Ryan Thomas over ‘punch’ row
Emma Willis admits Roxanne Pallett interview was ‘uncomfortable’ as Rylan Clark-Neal brands her fake
(How a lying bitch can destroy a man's career in one solitary unsubstantiated allegation of violence.
Many divorcing men face homelessness, pennilessness and childlessness on the back of these vile lies
perpetuated by crooked lawyers and with Womens Aid backing)
Ryan Thomas’ brother Scott thanks Emma Willis for ‘not holding back’ during Roxanne Pallett interview on CBB
Roxanne Pallett exposes how her claims of violence are demands for POWER AND CONTROL
(Britain's judicial and legal mafia's use claims of violence to demand POWER AND CONTROL over mens estates)
Women's Aid support claims of abuse on CBB show despite a known liar Roxanne Pallett making the claim(Roxanne's a known, compulsive liar)
Tracy Beaker star Connor Byrne, 55, has claimed Celebrity Big Brother housemate Roxanne Pallett, 35, falsely accused him of violence when they worked in panto together last year
CBB exit of Roxanne’s ‘mockery of victims of abuse’
(You can find the same bullshit every day in divorce courts by the lying witches bleeding their former husbands
using victim status)
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Pallett CRAWLED back on CBB tonight after she walked off claiming she had been physically assaulted now admits it was a fiction
drummed up in her head. She even admits she has worked with Womens Aid who groom women to believe they are victims of BAD men
when they are being psychologically brainwashed to destroy men they cross paths with. Pallett is only ONE of thousands of
women who will go to any lengths to destroy a mans life and career supported by the lesbians and lawyers running Womens Aid,
running up huge legal aid bills in the process that men have to pick up the tab for into the £MILLIONS!!!!!!!!
Former Emmerdale star Roxanne Pallett has apologised and said she "got it wrong" after she claimed that actor Ryan Thomas punched her in the Celebrity Big Brother house
(While evil Womens Aid backed her to the HILT a known LIAR)
Roxanne Pallett's apology over CBB 'punch' row slammed by Ryan Thomas's brother
The brother of Ryan Thomas has blasted Roxanne Pallett's appearance on Jeremy Vine's new talk show this morning,
branding the interview 'pathetic'.
Former Emmerdale star Roxanne Pallett has apologised and said she "got it wrong" after she claimed that actor Ryan Thomas punched her in the Celebrity Big Brother house.
But the brother of Ryan Thomas has blasted Roxanne Pallett's appearance on Jeremy Vine's new talk show this morning, branding the interview 'pathetic'.
The actress previously alleged Thomas "punched me like a boxer would punch a bag" but has now said she could see his actions were not deliberate.
In her first interview after quitting the reality show on Saturday, she told Channel 5's Jeremy Vine: "At the time it hurt. But when I looked back on that footage as soon as I left the house - the first thing I did was view that clip - and I got it wrong, I really got it wrong.
"After it happened I just felt like, I don't know how to explain... my mind ran away with me.
"I'm a sensitive person, my friends and family can vow to that, everything in that house was so heightened, a look, a comment, an action.
"Your insecurities are heightened, your sensitivities, the only thing I can explain is it was, in the moment, it felt worse than it was.
"I can't prove a feeling. I can't show you a feeling. It was the word 'deliberately' that I regret."
Adam Thomas is not going to be forgiving her any time soon.
The Waterloo Road and Emmerdale actor tweeted: "Jeremy vine to [sic] scared to speak up too pc pathetic interview !! ... to everyone that knows her and knows the real her and the lies and the stories she has spun for several years it is so frustrating to watch ... good scene tho Rox annnddd cut!!"
Coronation Street star Thomas was left in tears after Pallett claimed he hurt her by punching her, which many viewers defended as merely play fighting.
She said: "I massively apologise to not just Ryan but to his family and friends and his fans and every single person who watched that and completely and justifiably saw an over-reaction to what wasn't a malicious act.
"In that moment, because I am sensitive and I was emotional, I mistook what was playful.
"He did apologise, and he did say his ring caught me. It was the word 'deliberate' that I regret because I doubted his intention and there was no malicious intention behind that and that is what I apologise for because I shouldn't have questioned his motivation."
When Vine said if there had not been cameras there to show what happened, the accusation could have ended his career, Pallett said: "He couldn't disprove his intention and I couldn't disprove or prove a feeling.
"But since I've been out of the house the first thing I did was look at the clip and speak to my family and reflect in a normal environment, because it wasn't a normal environment.
"My judgment was clouded, my sensitivity was heightened, I wasn't thinking straight and that is something I'm going to have to go away and work on to become a better person."
Speaking about the impact the incident could have on victims of abuse, she said: "I've actually been a victim of domestic violence years ago, I've spoken out about this briefly.
"I've worked with Women's Aid because of my own experience and perhaps they were right in their recent comment that my reaction is perhaps a telltale sign of that fact that I have been in a situation like that in my life.
"I have become conditioned, I am over-sensitive to certain things because of things like that, but I am devastated and would be mortified to think that even one person out there felt that I had discredited or undermined abuse because that was not my intention."
Pallett said she has had to go off Twitter because of the abuse she has received online, saying: "I've had to take a massive step back from everything in my life, I can't look at it.
"But I don't blame everyone, I understand, if I had been at home watching this I would have been confused by my reaction."
Pallett denied suggestions she was doing the interview in order to protect her career.
She said: "I chose to be here today. In fact I was advised not to. I'm not getting paid for this interview, I wasn't told to do this interview. In fact it's been the hardest thing I've ever had to do, to come here today.
"It's affected my family, my friends, people that have detached themselves from me. This is my reality now. I'm here today to acknowledge a mistake."
Pallett also responded to further allegations made by her former co-stars against her, saying: "I think we all make friends and enemies along the way in life and in jobs.
"Unfortunately when you make mistakes there's a lot of people who want to contribute to the backlash."