Watch: Harry Styles' Shoe Tosser Reveals She's Receiving Death Threats

The teen who accidentally pelted the One Direction star sends CB! an apology video message.

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Hitting One Direction cutie Harry Styles in the groin might have gotten millions of laughs on the Internet, but it hasn't been all fun and games for the incident's culprit, 14-year-old Jade Anderson.

"I have [received] some death threats on Twitter from people," Anderson told Celebuzz in an exclusive interview. "But most people have been really nice to me."

“I think some One Direction fans are jealous because of all the attention I am getting," she added. "But I did not plan it that way and did not mean Harry any harm. If we could meet in person, then I would apologize to him about it.”

On Tuesday, One Direction's concert stop in Glasgow, Scotland, came to a screeching halt when a shoe that Anderson threw onto the stage accidentally hit Styles in the groin area.

The teen has since recorded a video message from her bedroom, where the walls are adorned with 1D memorabilia-- and sent it to CB! -- to apologize to the boy bander for the ballsy move.

"I was meant to throw my shoe on the stage so the members of the band could touch something belonging to me, but I accidentally hit Harry where it hurts most," Anderson said in the recorded message.

Anderson says she was escorted out of the concert by security, but was allowed to return to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on the request of Styles and his bandmate, Niall Horan.

Her shoes are currently in the possession of the newspaper The Daily Record, which plans to have them signed by Styles and One Direction.

Once she gets them back, Anderson says she'll decide what she wants to do with them.

“I think that I will probably put one of the shoes on eBay and keep one when I get them back," she said.

In the meantime, she says she's enjoying the perks of fame.

“I feel like the most famous person in Scotland," she confessed. "Everybody at my school is talking about me. My older sister Tayler, 16, and younger sister Olivia, 8, are both jealous of me because of all the attention I am getting right now."

But that doesn't mean she's taking the incident lightly.

“I did not mean for this to happen," she said. "I want people to know they should not throw anything at One Direction or Harry Styles at a concert because they could get into a lot of trouble. I was lucky because Harry told security to let me back into the concert but I know what I did was wrong.”

For more from our interview with Anderson, watch the interview, above.

-- Additional reporting by Andrea Simpson and Cliff Renfrew

 

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