As you'll no doubt be aware, Pallet accused the former 'Coronation Street' star of being a 'woman beater' and accused him of physical assault after he playfully pretended to punch her on the arm.
Thomas went on to win the series, which ended the other night, and Pallet faced a huge backlash as she admitted that she had 'got it wrong'.
Now, in an interview with BBC's Jeremy Vine, Thomas has spoken about the incident and when asked if he'd like to meet up with Pallet to clear the air, he responded: "You know, it's something now, looking forward, it's not something I want to dwell on. I don't really want to think about it in the negative. It's so important to think positive now and try to take the best from this experience, not the bad."
He added: "It's nothing to say I don't want to see her again. I think she's got a lot to deal with at the moment and so have I. My priority is family, no offence to Roxanne. It's not my first priority."
He also said that he felt that the actress had 'suffered enough' and it was time to move on. "I think that Roxanne has been through a lot," he said. "'Big Brother' makes headlines and sometimes for the wrong reasons, and I appreciate Roxanne's apology.
"I think it's time we move on and look forward and not dwell on the past. Because I think she's suffering enough, and I don't want to be a part of that."