An Indiana pizzeria that vowed not to cater gay weddings temporarily closed over threats it received.

Crystal O'Connor of Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Indiana expressed her support for a controversial state bill critics say might open the door to discrimination against gay men and lesbians. Indiana's version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act has attracted national attention since Republican Governor Mike Pence signed it Thursday. On Tuesday, Pence called on lawmakers to “fix” the bill.

“We are a Christian establishment,” O'Connor said.

“If a gay couple is to come in. Like say they wanted us to provide them pizzas for a wedding. We would have to say no.”

“We're not discriminating against anyone, that's just our belief and anyone has the right to believe in anything,” she added.

Kevin O'Connor, Crystal's father, added: “That lifestyle is something they choose. I choose to be heterosexual. They choose to be homosexual. Why should I be beat over the head to go along with something they choose?”

The elder O'Connor told Fox News that he was forced to close after he received threats over the phone and on Facebook and Yelp.