Rob Lowe Slams Bella Thorne For Complaining About Traffic Amid Mudslides

Alicia Farmer
January 12, 2018

According to Teen Vogue, the now deleted tweet read, "F*ck u 101 to santa barbra".

I'm missing my boyfriends first date on his tour (sic)" Rob, 53, shared a screenshot of the tweet with his 602,000 Instagram followers and wrote: "This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood.

One supporter wrote: "I just wanna hug you so hard right now", with another adding: "I'm so proud of how strong you are".

Lowe followed up with a knockout blow, telling Thorne "We will try to move out our dead quicker".

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Bella grew up in the Pembroke Pines suburb of Miami and lost her Cuban father Delancey Thorne in a auto accident when she was just nine years old. ABC reports that at least 17 people are dead, with over 40 people missing and at least 28 people injured.

While BT hasn't responded to the Code Black actor's harsh words, Mod Sun, the boyfriend whose concert she missed due to traffic, fired back. "More bad stories of loss today", he wrote.

Just weeks after wildfires devastated California, the southern part of the state is seeing massive mudslides in Santa Barbara County. She wrote, "get home to your family safe", and that she "just caught up on some news" as to why the highway was closed. Friends missing, some gone forever. "Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last". That is until an Instagram photo posted on Sunday, where Thorne opened up about her experiences with past sexual abuse as a child while standing in solidarity with the #TimesUp movement.

And her legion of fans immediately stepped up to offer their support on social media - with some claiming the Disney star inspired them to share their own stories.

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