One Direction were caught up in a mob of paparazzi and fans at LA X airport on Tuesday (19.11.13), during which a female fan was accidentally hit in the face.
One Direction were involved in an airport scuffle at Los Angeles International Airport.
The British boy band were mobbed by a hoard of paparazzi as they touched down at LA X on Tuesday night (19.11.13), resulting in a stampede during which a female fan claims she was accidentally hit in the face by Zayn Malik.
Gabrielle Meredith, who was waiting for a photo opportunity with the 'Story Of My Life' hitmakers, got caught in the crossfire as the newly-engaged singer attempted to forge a way out of the crowd, and was painfully ''high fived'' in the face by Zayn as he tried to protect her from a cameraman.
She wrote on Twitter: ''So I was walking next to Zayn and a pap hit me in the head with a camera and I said ow and Zayn was like ''day stawp'' and flung his hand out.
''and [Zayn] hit me and then the pap in the face and other paps said ''we got that on camera / I'm okay my hat cushioned the blow of the camera but Zayn hit my actual face (sic)''.
The 18-year-old superfan's followers were quick to express their concern, but Gabrielle insisted she was fine and explained there had allegedly also been physical blows between the 20-year-old singer and the paparazzo.
She added: ''Someone tried to hold Zayn back when he hit the pap but idk who :/ there were just so many people (sic)''.
Meanwhile, Zayn's bandmate Niall Horan was furious after being trampled to the ground in the mob.
The angry Irish star wrote on Twitter: ''Just got dragged to the floor by some idiot with a camera! Could have seen the fans as well, but they messed it all up!''
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