And the man accused of sending the email, Adam Watling, 27, writing as Rusty Shackleford, was quick to set the record straight. He claims she deliberately added the final three words 'unless you die' to make it appear as though he had sent a death threat.
Allan retaliated saying the Facebook post was to illustrate unpleasant messages she had received claiming the last three words were from another email.
But the fact that she has deleted the post says it all.
Take out the 'unless you die' words and the email is just a voter expressing his anger verbally.
Nonetheless Allan contacted Scotland Yard claiming she is a victim of a campaign of abuse.
Perhaps Allan, and others, needs lessons on blocking emails, and people on Facebook and Twitter which most of us do almost on a daily basis?
But this 'forged' email highlights how we all need to be careful in how we react and interact online and how much propaganda often pushed by the mainstream media that we believe.
Certainly some politicians faced verbal abuse after the Syria 'Yes' vote but what do they expect? We are living in the 21st Century not 1939.
The House of Commons vote on whether or not to commit the UK to military airstrikes in Syria last week was a testing time for all. People of conscience took time to consider whether involvement in another conflict was right for the country, the British, Syria and Syrians.
Politicians were in possession of more detailed information supporting airstrikes in Syria and in that respect had an advantage over the rest of us.
There was a time when the electorate of the UK would have left the bombing decision entirely to the elected government of the country; having been voted into office the government made the decisions.
Perhaps the population always had some doubts about government agendas but the 21st Century is a low-point in western politics.
Young, old, seasoned or new voters distrust politicians; there are always exceptions to the rule on all sides but by and large politicians are viewed as liars who work to their own agendas.
The political class has to earn trust and it continues to fail to do so.
Hearing at least one voice possibly from the Tory benches exclaim during the Syria vote debate 'is there anything worse than a pacifist', aimed as a stab at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, was shocking.
Surely there are many people 'worse', whatever that means' than pacifists and that includes terrorists?
If the abuse is 'real' sort it; if it is bad there will be no need to 'sex-it-up'.
Monday the Shropshire Star reports- "Telford MP Lucy Allan hits back in Facebook message dispute.