"I'm the most hated girl in Britain right now, it's a lot to deal with", she said.
Roxanne has since apologised and said she got things "wrong" but that hasn't stopped people from criticising her actions.
"I can't apologise enough for trying to label somebody something they're clearly not".
During her chat with Willis, the presenter suggested many fans were not "buying" the apology.
"All I can say is I'm devastated and I'm sorry".
A spokesperson for Chesterfield Borough Council - which owns and manages the Pomegranate Theatre - said: "We are aware of the public and media reaction to Roxanne Pallett's recent appearance on Big Brother. If I'd have been at home watching that I would have been the same". And I was wrong, massively wrong.
"I used to think they were character traits but they are character flaws and that's what I need to go away and sort out".
"The fact that I used terminology like woman beater and words like assault and abuse, I can't apologise enough". She said: "He has an terrible lot of support from family, friends, the nation, plus his girlfriend who will absolutely smother him in kisses and hugs when he comes out, he will have that enormous support, but it's more what it has done to him inside". "I'm human. I made a massive, massive, awful mistake".
Emma was unmoved, to say the least, instead using this as the moment to wrap up the interview, taking out her earpiece and thanking the crew around her.