The Labor leader said the prime minister’s rudeness had “eaten up” the “right-wing conspiracy theory” and caused “difficulties”.
But he said he would not discuss the matter because he did not want his young children to hear “too much” of what could be said about him.
Boris Johnson further labeled the SNP a “walking ad for Scottish independence”.
The remarks came after police launched an online investigation into death threats against a Labor leader in the wake of the Prime Minister’s satire in the House of Commons.
Asked if he had received such threats following Mr Johnson’s comments, Sir Kerr said: “Yes. I do not like to talk about it because I have young children.
He told BBC Radio Newcastle: “It is important for me to say that what the Prime Minister said was wrong, it was very wrong. He knew exactly what he was doing.
For some time now, there has been a right-wing conspiracy theory that is completely fabricated.
“She fed in it, and it made it difficult, but my priority, if I can, is not to talk about it because, as I say, I have small children and I especially But I don’t want them to hear too much. What can be said about me or not? “
Asked later if Mr Johnson had condemned the threats, a spokesman for the prime minister told reporters: “Yes.” He added: “Threats to kill politicians of any kind are never acceptable.”
The documents, including a consignment of messages from users of the Telegram app that appear to be identifiable, were sent to Scotland Yard on Friday via the Center for Countering Digital Hats (CCDH).
The Observer reports that these include calls from Sir Kerr, who was confronted by Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lemmy last week by a mob in White Hall chanting “Pedo File Protector”, to be hanged.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “On Friday, February 11, police received a third-party report alleging malicious communication against a serving Member of Parliament.
“The investigation is ongoing.”
No arrests have been made yet.
A Labor source said: “Certainly extremists from all walks of life do not like care. It took years to put them and their people in prison and help keep Britain’s streets safe from them.
The CCDH content shown to The Observer includes footage of last week’s incident posted by English Defense League founder Stephen Yaxley Lenin – better known by his nickname Tommy Robinson – and by conspiracy theorist group Resistance GB. Includes answers.
Earlier this month, in a scandal that led to widespread criticism and an apology, Mr Johnson accused his opponent of failing to prosecute Savile when he sued the public prosecutor. Was the director.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Monday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
Although Sir Care was head of the Crown Prosecution Service in 2009 when it was decided not to prosecute Savile, he had no personal involvement in the debate.
In an interview with the Times, Sir Kerr said he had never been called a “pedo file protector” before.