The Celebrity Big Brother champion discussed the "punch gate" situation with host Emma Willis.
Ryan Thomas won "Celebrity Big Brother" last night, just a few weeks after Roxanne Pallett accused him of physically assaulting her in the Big Brother house.
However she later quit the house and admitted she was wrong after seeing Ryan's devastation.
She said: 'The thing with Roxanne was, it was 48 hours before anyone knew.
"No words whatsoever. I don't know what to say".More news: This is the one royal rule Meghan Markle really doesn't understand
'When I found out what her actual accusation was, I realised that it was a career destroyer and it became serious business.
The former Coronation Street star appeared on Jeremy Vine on Wednesday morning to discuss the incident in which he was accused of punching his co-star Roxanne.
He took a deep breath as he fought back the tears over seeing the emotional footage. Seeing the footage of Ryan in the Diary Room, distressed.
"I've not seen that back, I've not seen any of it back". You just want your friends and your loved ones with you when something like that happens.
On whether he could ever forgive Roxanne, Ryan added: "If she [Roxanne] wants sort of forgiveness and it makes her feel better then I would rather give her that because I think she's been punished enough by the public and the people around her".More news: Dairy consumption linked to lower rates of cardiovascular disease
"I have a daughter that I want to concentrate on so it's not my priority".
Former Towie star told OK! magazine: 'I have my reservations about whether her apologies were genuine but she's said what she needed to say and it can't have been easy for her to face the music like that.
She declared herself "the most hated girl in Britain" in her exit interview with Emma Willis.
"He's the definition of being "good to the bones" and if his biggest problem is laughing too much then I can think of far worse things!"More news: Australia paper defends Serena Williams cartoon despite outrage