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Roxanne Pallett has another on-camera meltdown as she launches six-minute tirade in painfully-awkward train confrontation

Mirror logo Mirror 12/09/2018 Vicki Newman

Roxanne Pallett wearing a purple shirt © Credits: Supplied by WENN Roxanne Pallett can be heard lecturing an unknown man in a six-minute tirade after she overheard him talking about her on a train.

The shamed Celebrity Big Brother star's career has been left in tatters ever since she wrongly accused Ryan Thomas of punching her "like a boxer" with the intention of hurting her.

After leaving the house, she admitted she got it wrong, but there's been a lot of public backlash against her.

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Her former co-workers have spoken out against her, and she's been seen since on another reality show, Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, having a meltdown and quitting the show when the smell of smoke from the camp fire brought back awful memories of a housefire.

And in this unearthed footage from October 2017, Roxanne is seen launching a six-minute tirade at two young men on a train to Manchester after she heard them talking about her.

The video begins with Roxanne pointing her camera at the back of two young men's heads and telling them: "It's called voyeurism. People are afraid to say hello but they talk about you, not to you. People that lack social skills."

© Credits: BACKGRID

"Oh and it's gone quiet," she adds, continuing to film them from behind.

One of the men looks over his shoulder towards her then says: "You've not been relevant for years anyway."

Roxanne then says that she's "relevant enough" for them to sit talking about her, and the guy says he was "shocked".

© Credits: BACKGRID When asked what he was shocked about, he says: "You don't see a celebrity every day, do you?"

She snaps: "You've just told me I was irrelevant and now you've just told me I'm a celebrity, so you can't be both."

Roxanne moves to stand in front of the young men with the camera facing directly at them as the one who's remained silent until now covering his face with his hands.

She asks: "So which is it?"

© Credits: Supplied by WENN Around a minute goes by with nothing being said, but Roxanne continues to focus the camera on them.

She starts again, saying: "And by the way, everybody's relevant, every single person sat here is relevant.

"But you've just told me I was irrelevant, told me I haven't been relevant for years, so tell me who qualifies as being relevant?"

The guy asks her to name the last TV show she was in.

a close up of Roxanne Pallett © Credits: Channel 5 Roxanne says: "So does that make someone relevant? If they're in a TV show? I think this man here, I think man here is relevant, I think you're relevant, I think this lady's relevant."

The unknown man then asks Roxanne why she's filming him.

She tells him: "Because I'm documenting the harassment that you've given to me since you've sat down."

"I haven't done anything," he insists.

But Roxanne says: "Yes you have."

She adds: "You've been harassing me to the point where, my mum and I sat down and you two preceded to ridicule me, harass me, make us move and then you told me I haven't been relevant for years."

She goes on: "Last night, I was at the Great Scot Awards, celebrating people that made a difference, to me, every single person in life is relevant so you need to educate yourself morally."

The unknown man tries to explain himself by saying that he wanted to ask Roxanne if she was who he thought she was, but he didn't want to look like a "fool", and she asks him if he feels "foolish" now, to which he agrees.

Roxanne blasts him for talking about her rather than to her, and when he apologises she thanks him.

"That means a lot to me," she says.

She adds: "It's intimidating for anyone to sit down and be talked about and then you've just insulted me and told me I was irrelevant.

"Do you know how many people develop mental health because they're told they're irrelevant? That's how depression is caused.

"It's because somebody like yourself tells a stranger that they don't matter, I matter."

"I know you do," the man says.

Roxanne says: "I appreciate your apology but next time you see somebody, treat them like a human, because I am human and I'm relevant.

"Everyone that's alive is relevant. I appreciate your apology but I needed to do this to make you realise how you made me feel."

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