The Capital DJ came third on the ITV show, finishing behind winner Jacqueline Jossa and runner up Andy Whyment.
And the cheeky 27-year-old said the people who went out much earlier than him definitely got a better deal when it came to the luxury Palazzo Versace Hotel that stars get to stay in when they’ve been kicked out of the Australian jungle.
During an exclusive chat with Mirror Online, Roman told us: “I was in that hotel for just a short amount of time before my plane journey back – I was on the plane back longer.
“There’s some people that benefit and some that don’t and the first people to come out definitely benefit.
“Cliff Parisi – he’d racked up everybody else’s bills by the time I got there.”
Roman also said that this year’s series will be the toughest yet, with the coronavirus pandemic seeing the show relocate to a castle in Wales.
He said: “I think it’ll definitely be the hardest one ever for the celebs.
“I definitely think the sun aids massively…