The former Radio 2 DJ, who was suspended from the BBC for his part in the phone prank incident, said that he feels upset for Russell Brand because so many people still associate him with the affair.
Brand and Ross were supposed to be reunited on stage at last night's British Comedy Awards, but the stand-up comic was forced to pull out after a close friend fell ill in the US.
Speaking about whether they would have discussed the Sachsgate issue at the ceremony, Ross said: "I don't think so. Russell might have done, but I don't think he would. Look, we're both fairly responsible people. I know what we did was stupid and I know that it was wrong,
"But it was pre-recorded, and afterwards I kept asking whether everything was cool about putting it out and I was told that all the people mentioned in it and all the people responsible for it were cool about it. I am a responsible person. I didn't say anything about it at the time because you've got to be accountable for your actions. I was the stupid one, I said it first, I accepted the consequences... I do genuinely regret upsetting people."
Joking with journalists, he added: "For f**k's sake can't we just move on?! I'm f**king begging you!
"I would like it to be the end of it so Russell can move on from it. It would be nice for people to see him and not just think of Sachsgate, but I understand that it's always going to be in people's minds.
"C'est la vie, you've made your bed, you have got to lie in it. And even though I wasn't the only person making their bed, I was willing to hold up my hand for my part in it."
Ross also criticised the press for turning the fact that his daughter Betty Kitten is gay into a news story last week.
"She is a young gay person who happens to be out, that is her choice, it is not anything to do with my decision one way or the other, she is a wonderful, warm, sensible young woman and I don't want it to be a news story," he said. "I want her to be able to get on with her life.
"It's not news. I understand why people are writing about it, but it shouldn't be news."
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