Liam Gallagher has apologised to his teenage niece Anais Gallagher for sending a threatening message to her.
The former Oasis frontman also offered his sincere apologies to his mother Peggy for the latest development in his ongoing feud with his older brother Noel Gallagher which saw Noel accuse him of "intimidating women".
Liam, 46, wrote on Twitter: "My sincere apologies to my beautiful mum Peggy and my lovely niece Anais for getting caught up in all of this childish behaviour. I love you both dearly."
But the singer did not mention 52-year-old Noel or his wife Sara McDonald in his apology.
My sincere apologies to my beautiful mum Peggy and my lovely niece Anais for getting caught up in all of this childish behaviour I love you both dearly LG x
The latest social media spat was sparked by Noel's wife McDonald who replied to a post on Instagram saying she did not plan to watch Liam perform at Glastonbury and calling him a "fat t**t tribute act" who appeared "pretty dated".
Noel then made public a message Liam has sent to 19-year-old Anais saying: "Tell you step Mam to be very careful."
Noel tweeted: "So you're sending threatening messages via my teenage daughter now are you?
"You always were good at threatening women though eh?
"What you planning on doing anyway?
"Grabbing my wife by the throat to show her who's boss... or maybe trying to waddle through our double gates and performing 'S***wave' in the communal garden or daubing your w**k lyrics on the toilet walls?"
He then went on to joke about Liam attacking one of the family pets and hiring TV hardman Ross Kemp to protect them.
Noel was seemingly referring to a video that emerged last year of Liam grabbing his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther by the throat during a row in a nightclub that was caught in CCTV.
The two brothers fell out during a backstage fight at a festival in Paris in August 2009. Noel quit Oasis and the brothers are not thought to have spoken since.
Anais has replied to a Twitter user who cast aspersion on the message she received, as the contact was saved in her phone as 'Uncle Liam' and branding it a PR stunt.
both of my uncles are saved in my phone as uncle Paul and uncle Liam .. that's who they are to me ??
She wrote: "Both of my uncles are saved in my phone as uncle Paul and uncle Liam.. that's who they are to me ??"
Liam and Noel Gallagher
Liam and Noel Gallagher
Oasis stars Liam and Noel Gallagher pictured at the Q Magazine music awards in London today (Fri). Oasis frontman Liam received the Best Act in the World trophy on behalf of the band at the 10th anniversary of the awards. See PA story SHOWBIZ Awards. Photo by Fiona Hanson/PA. 30/04/03 : Oasis stars Liam (left) and Noel Gallagher. The band's 1995 hit was named the greatest song of the past decade according to listeners of Virgin Radio. Music fans were asked to choose their favourite songs of the last 10 years to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Virgin Radio.
Noel Gallagher of Oasis makes his controversial acceptance speech after the band received the Brit Award for Best Video (for 'Wonderwall') from INXS frontman Michael Hutchence at a star-studded award ceremony at London's Earl's Court. Liam Gallagher chats to Hutchence, linked recently to his present girlfriend Patsy Kensit, whilst Noel said, in an apparent reference to Hutchence, "Has-beens shouldn't present awards to Going-to-be's".
ROCK GROUP OASIS STAND IN FRONT OF THE
ENORMOUS STAGE ON WHICH THEY WILL BE
PERFORMING TOMORROW, AT KNEBWORTH PARK,
HERTS. L-R ALAN WHITE, PAUL 'BONEHEAD'
ARTHURS, LIAM GALLAGHER, PAUL 'GUIGSY'
MCGUIGAN AND NOEL GALLAGHER.
Oasis singer Liam Gallagher toasts the crowd with a pint of Guinness as fellow band members (l-r) Bonehead (Paul Arthurs), Guigsy (Paul McGuigan), Alan White and Noel Gallagher (mostly hidden) walk off stage
Oasis lead singer Liam Gallagher (left) and his brother Noel at the Cardiff International Arena tonight (Wednesday). Watch for PA story Photo Joanne Nelson
The bad boys of rock, brothers Noel (front, white shirt) and Liam Gallagher of the band, Oasis, arrive back at Gatwick Airport today (Friday) from Mexico at the end of their worldwide tour. See PA story SHOWBIZ Oasis. Photo by Adam Butler/PA
Singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher (left) and his brother Liam (right), from the pop group Oasis, at the NME Carling Awards at The Planit Arches, Shoreditch, in east London. 18/8/01: Fans of Oasis have a chance to see the anniversary show as tickets go on sale. * exactly 10 years after their first ever gig. The band are playing six UK dates later this year - their first of 2001 in Britain - for which they have turned their back on the usual stadiums to perform to just a handful of fans. The tickets were due to go on sale at 10am but fans have been queuing for hours in Glasgow, Manchester and London to make sure they are among the chosen few. A spokeswoman for the band said This is a rare chance to see the band in such small venues. There are only around 4,000 tickets available for each of the cities. Oasis are playing three cities which are close to their hearts and which proved important in their early days.. 6/10/01: Rock superstars Oasis will unveil new material as they begin a series of intimate shows to celebrate ten years as a band. The Gallagher brothers have turned their backs on large stadiums to embrace six shows in smaller venues, the likes of which they have not played for years. The dates are the first in the UK this year and sold out within minutes of going on sale this summer.
Oasis (from left to right) Gem Archer, Noel Gallagher, Liam Gallagher and Andy Bell are pictured during a photocall at Wembley Stadium, where they announced their biggest ever tour of open air venues in the UK and Ireland next summer.
Liam and Noel Gallagher with England's Ricky Hatton after defeating USA's Paulie Malignaggi during the IBF Light-Welterweight fight at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, USA.
Members of British rock band Oasis pose for photos ahead of a concert in Hong Kong on Saturday, February 25, 2006. From left are, Gem Archer, Noel Gallagher, Andy Bell, and Liam Gallagher. (AP Photo/Lo Sai Hung)
Ricky Hatton, center, with Noel Gallagher, right, and Liam Gallagher, left, of the rock band Oasis after Hatton stopped Paulie Malignaggi in the 11th round of a 12-round junior welterweight boxing match in Las Vegas, Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
** FILE ** In this Feb. 28, 2009 file photo, Noel Gallagher, right, and Liam Gallagher of British band "Oasis" perform during the television show "Wetten Dass..?" (Bet it..?) in the western German city of Duesseldorf. Oasis said in a statement on its official Web site Wednesday, March 4, 2009, China has blocked what would have been the British band's debut in the country in April because lead singer Noel Gallagher took part in free Tibet concert in 1997. (AP Photo/Ina Fassbender, Pool, File)
Liam and Noel (R) Gallagher, of the British rock band Oasis, wait for the start of a news conference at a pub in London August 25. The brothers announced that the band would continue playing despite the loss of bass guitarist Paul McGuigan, the second member to quit in the last two weeks.
GRAEFENHAINICHEN, GERMANY - JULY 19: Liam Gallagher (L) and Noel Gallagher (R) of Oasis perform live at the Melt! Festival in Ferropolis on July 19, 2009 in Graefenhainichen, Germany. (Photo by Marco Prosch/Getty Images)
Liam Gallagher (Sänger), Bruder Noel Gallagher (Gitarrist), Mitglieder Musikgruppe "Oasis", 180. ZDF-Show "Wetten, dass?""Messehalle", Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Deutschland, Europa, Bühne, Auftritt, Mikrofon, singen, Gitarre spielen, Musikinstrument, Kult-Band, Musiker, Promi, 100225, NB, FTP; P.-Nr. 365/2009, 28.02.2009; Foto: P.Bischoff; Veröffentlichung nur gegen Honorar und Beleg!; (Photo by Peter Bischoff/Getty Images)