Shane Dawson wrote in a series of deleted tweets that he was kicked out of a military party for holding hands with his boyfriend. Dawson also posted about a Snapchat video about the alleged incident.  And now fans are rallying around him with the #IStandWithShane Twitter hashtag. But others are wondering if he was kicked out for being drunk.

Dawson's Snapchat video shows him seemingly outside the party and yelling at security. "Hey!" he says. "Why don’t you guys say your f--king names?! You kicked us out because we were not STRAIGHT! Why don’t you say your name? Why don’t you say your f--king name?"

Dawson then tells viewers, "Hey guys. These motherf--kers kicked us out because we are not straight. They f--king broke my leg. And these f--king a--holes are now trying to arrest us!" A security guard then tells him that he wasn't on the list, but Dawson insists otherwise.

Watch video of Shane Dawson getting kicked out of a party.

Shane Dawson later took to Twitter to further tell his side of the story. He also accused conservative commentator Tomi Lahren of getting him kicked out of the party.

Dawson's boyfriend, Ryland Adams, similarly tweeted early Tuesday, "@RemindTheNation just kicked me out of their party for holding Shane's hand. I CAN NOT BELIEVE THIS STILL EXISTS IN OUR WORLD @TomiLahren."

But a few hours later, Shane Dawson deleted all of the tweets.  "I'm sorry for deleting all of this," he wrote. "I'm overwhelmed and i need to process this. love u guys. please love each other. i wanna make videos that make people laugh. i don't want to be apart of this kind of stuff. it just happened. i'm sorry guys. i'm not trying to be dramatic and i don't use that to get views. i make content i'm proud of and i don't talk about this stuff."

He continued, "Tonight something intense happened & it opened my eyes to a lot. but i'm not trying to "drag" or hurt someone else even if i don't agree with them. i never want to be that person. i just want people to like me. this has all just been a lot. tweeting hate only makes more hate and i'm sorry that i @replied someone when i was upset. that's gross and i hate that. but i am really sad about what happened & at some point i need to explain everything. but right now i'm overwhelmed.but i'm ok. thanks guys."

Dawson also apologized for blaming the incident on Lahren. "@TomiLahren u may have had nothing to do with what security did to me tonight & i really don't want to cause a thing. i'm sorry for bringing your name into this. i was just really sad & shocked. i don't want to cause a thing. i hate it. love and peace.

After news of the incident spread, Dawson's fans started trending #IStandWithShane on Twitter. But not everyone is buying his version of events. Some, including comedian Nicole Arbour believe he was actually kicked out of the party for being drunk and disruptive.

"Or you got thrown out because you're drunk, not military, and probably trying to start a fight with Tomi for a vlog," Arbour wrote to Dawson. But Dawson denied this allegation, tweeting back, "definitely not what happened. but i don't want to turn this into a thing and i'm very sad about it all. it's all just too much."

Lahren, for her part, also denied playing any role in what happened to Shane Dawson. She posted a lengthy message on Facebook saying that Dawson and his boyfriend were purposedly disruptive at the party.

"I was taking photos after the film screening when two gentlemen approached me for a photo," she wrote in part. "I was happy to do it. I put my arms around them when all of the sudden they jumped in front on me and started kissing. They were not there to support the event. They were not there to take a photo with me. They were there to instigate and make a spectacle to advance whatever political message they placed above common courtesy for our veteran event. ... Security escorted them out because they were causing a scene at our private event."

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