Actor Rory Cowan has shown support for Vogue Williams after she received a barrage of abuse online following a controversial column.
The model suggested internment camps for potential terror suspects, however the comment was met with major back lash on social media.
The 31-year-old since apologised for the comment and revealed she has received death threats because of it.
Mrs Brown’s Boys star Rory was also subjected to abuse on Twitter at one point and said he feels sorry for the former Fade St star.
“It is terrible and shocking, she’s just given an opinion and she must feel awful, God love her. I know Vogue and Vogue is lovely, there’s not a bad bone in her body,” he told the Sun.
He continued: “The people who are making the threats, I really just hope they’re found. They can’t be getting away with that type of thing.
“There are some low-life people out there who will resort to this, because they think they can get away with it. She’s going to be frightened.”
Rory also said he believes people are entitled to their own opinions.
“It’s an opinion. I wouldn’t agree. I can remember internment and stuff like that. But it’s a point of view.
“People react to things. She gave an opinion, whether you like her opinion or don’t like her opinion that doesn’t matter at all.”