Irish fan receives death threats after throwing water at Niall Horan

The mother of the an Irish 1D fan who threw water at Niall Horan has spoken out about the backlash her daughter has received since the incident.

Irish fan receives death threats after throwing water at Niall Horan

“She had a great time and was still buzzing on Friday morning until she logged into her twitter and realized that the whole world had started a hate campaign against her because she threw water on the stage and some had hit Niall Horan,” she said speaking to DerryNow.com.

“My daughter is extremely distraught from this incident and is receiving death threats and hate mail from all over the world.

“I am extremely concerned for her well-being as she has refused to leave the house since this all started".

The incident happened at the band’s recent concerts in Belfast, and has lead to #CanYouRespectNiall trending on Twitter.

The Belfast girl, Levi Temple, has publicly apologized via her various social media sites and has even changed her name to ‘Niall I'm sorry’.

Some of the '1D family' have since gotten behind Levi and in a bid to get her apology seen by Niall.

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