Her exit from CBB was announced this morning, with a spokesman for the show saying: Roxanne has chose to leave the BB House.
"She has now been reunited with her fiance and family and thanks everyone for their support during her time in the show".
The allegations have sparked over 11,000 Ofcom complaints and thousands taking to Twitter to claim Pallett invented the allegation in an attempt to get Thomas evicted - who is now the bookies favourite to win the series.
The actress initially appeared to take the incident as a joke as she playfully referred to Thomas as a "woman beater". Thomas was given a formal warning.
But Thomas said there was no "malice" in what happened, with some viewers arguing it was merely play-fighting. Maybe it came across wrong and I really do apologise if it came across that way.
Pallett said: "I'm not questioning your integrity. I just felt shocked and it threw me".
He later spoke to Roxanne and the pair shook hands, apparently drawing a line under the controversy.
Roxanne claimed thar Ryan had punched her several times, but he insisted they were play-fighting and he meant no harm, before apologised to the actress, 35.
He said: "I trust Roxy and trust what she was saying".
He said: "It breaks my heart". I always fall for it, don't I? If I thought one of these fellas hit me I'd go and I'd find a lawyer. Pallett has released no statement as of writing and has since deleted her Twitter account.
"I do feel a little bit of a mug sat here right now. I'm not that good", she laughed.
"I think she's a lovely girl, that's all I can say".
Upset by the situation, he responded: 'I don't want to win this game, it's just tough in here Sal, it's so tough.
Pallett is the second star from this year's series to leave without being evicted, following the removal of Brazilian reality star Rodrigo Alves.
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