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Emmerdale star Charley Webb has responded to Roxanne Palletts apology on the Jeremy Vine show for her behaviour towards Ryan Thomas in the Celebrity Big Brother house by addressing alleged previous allegations over the years on Twitter.

Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle in the soap, is just one of many Emmerdale stars to have spoken out against Roxanne in support of Coronation Street star Ryan after she claimed on CBB that he repeatedly and deliberately punched her.

Roxannes allegations reduced Ryan to tears and she soon left the reality competition. She has since made an appearance on Jeremy Vines new programme to apologise for her behaviour and admit that she got it wrong.

However, Charley soon took to Twitter and shared her doubts at the sincerity of the apology, adding that Roxanne had made other allegations over the years.

What about all the other accusations youve made along the years? Backtracking because no ones on your side. If those cameras hadnt have been there, he would be finished. End of. #Roxanne

— Charley Webb (@MissCharleyWebb) September 3, 2018

After accusing Roxanne of backtracking because no ones on your side (sic), Charley later told her to bore off after her segment on the Channel 5 programme had ended.

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She also pointed out that it seemed that play fighting with Ben Jardine was fine but not with Ryan.

Play fighting with Ben=fine, play fighting with Ryan=not fine. Bore off

— Charley Webb (@MissCharleyWebb) September 3, 2018

Other soap stars have also been responding to the interview in which Roxanne said she understood and agreed with the backlash she was receiving online, with Sammy Winward simply tweeting lies lies lies while the show was airing.

She later added that the millions of other incidents will never be apologised for.

Unfortunately the million other incidents will never be apologised for

— Sammy winward (@WinwardSammy) September 3, 2018

Sally Ann Matthews, who plays Jenny Connor in Coronation Street, simply again used the hashtag #ifyouknowyouknow.

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Metro.co.uk has reached out to Roxannes representative, who had no comment to make in response to the tweet.

Speaking on Jeremy Vine, Roxanne said: When I look back on that footage, as soon as I left the house… I got it wrong. Everything in that house becomes heightened, a look, an action, a comment. All I can say is in the moment, it felt worse than it was.

It was the word deliberately that I regret, massively.

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She added: I massively apologise to not only Ryan, but his friends, his family, his fans, every single person who watched that and who justifiably saw an overreaction to what wasnt a malicious act. Because I am sensitive, I mistook what was playful.

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There was no malicious intention behind that, and that is what I apologise for because I shouldnt have questioned his motivation. I got it wrong.

Roxanne went on to say that she hopes Ryan can forgive her in time for her actions and she played down speculation from viewers on Twitter that she was doing the interview to help her own career, clarifying that her own team had advised her against the appearance.

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