Rob Lowe slams Bella Thorne over Santa Barbara tweet

Kenny Tucker
January 12, 2018

Bella Thorne shared on Twitter back in December that she had been molested after a hater made a nasty comment about a photo she posted. "F*** u 101 to santa barbra".

"This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood", "Code Black" and "The West Wing" actor told Thorne. "I'm sorry you were inconvenienced".

"More awful stories of loss today. I'm missing my boyfriends [sic] first date on his tour", Thorne wrote.

The 20-year-old Shake It Up star had apparently been driving on the 101 Freeway in an attempt to get to a concert by her boyfriend, rapped Mod Sun, but tweeted that the traffic was going to cause her to be late.

On Wednesday, Lowe, 53, shared images on Instagram that displayed the force of Mother Nature and the extent of the damage in Santa Barbara.

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The tony enclave of Montecito, the wealthiest community in Santa Barbara County and a magnet for high-profile celebrities, has been hit especially hard by the mudslides. Friends missing, some gone forever.

Having deleted her original tweet, Thorne issued an update: "F**k just caught up on some news had no idea why the 101 was shut down. get home to your family safe".

"One of the things that I want to talk about is you know, we've had these bad fires all over California and one of the hardest hit areas is where I live in Montecito".

ABC News reports that at least 17 people have died due to the California mudslides.

Residents have taken to social media to try to locate their missing loved ones. Embrace that (sic)" And sharing a picture of a bear who had been killed in the disaster, the "Parks and Recreation" star said: "It's easy to forget that it's not just people in these disasters.

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