Ex-Emmerdale actor Roxanne Pallett - who is due to star in this year's pantomime in Chesterfield - has left the Celebrity Big Brother house after she said she was "punched" by former Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas.
Although officially contract matters aren't commented on, former CBB housemate Angie Bowie previously claimed walkers can still get some of their fee.
"She has now been reunited with her fiance and family and thanks everyone for their support during her time in the show".
They said: "Roxanne has made a decision to leave the Big Brother House".
Roxanne's exit makes her the second housemate to leave without eviction this series following Rodrigo Alves' removal for "serious inappropriate behaviour".
But Thomas said there was no "malice" in what happened, with some viewers arguing it was merely play-fighting.
Ofcom confirmed it has received more than 11,000 complaints over the situation between Roxanne and Ryan.
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Pallett had initially told Big Brother that she was upset by the altercation while in tears, and she asked to sleep in a separate bedroom.
He said: "I want you to know from the bottom of my heart I was showing my affection".
On the Channel 5 show, Ben Jardine - who was evicted last night - told Ms Pallett he loved her. Pallett said afterwards: "He actually punched me like a boxer would punch a bag".
"I'm not questioning your integrity", Pallett replied. Her Wikipedia page has also been vandalised. Now I feel like I've been mugged right off.
"If that's the one thing she's got on me, well done". "That's not what I got told".
She said: "Ouch that hurt, I was going to wash your clothes but I might shrink them now".
The next episode of Celebrity Big Brother will air on Virgin Media Two / Channel at 10pm on Saturday 1 September.