Rob Lowe slams Bella Thorne for being 'inconvenienced' by Montecito mudslides
Jan 13 2018 by Francis Osborne
According to a report from CNN, around 17 people have lost their lives in the California mudslides, and approximately 43 people are missing.
Lowe shared a screenshot of Thorne's tweet on Thursday, January 11, via Instagram: "This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood".
Speaking today from her Los Angeles home, Bella's mom Tamara Thorne said it was the first time she had ever heard about the shocking abuse that allegedly happened under her roof. Miles of the freeway were shut down as crews worked to clear mud and other debris that swept through the Montecito area of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday.
In a now-deleted tweet she posted on Wednesday, Jan. 10, The DUFF actress took to Twitter to moan about highway traffic and how it was going to make her miss her boyfriend's show. "I'm missing my boyfriends [sic] first date on his tour", Thorne wrote.
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"Hmmmm, thought you was cool, man". She claimed that she was unaware of why Route 101 had to be shut down and urged people to get home safe, followed by a heart emoji. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", he wrote. "More awful stories of loss today", he wrote.
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. Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last.
Thorne made headlines earlier this week when she revealed in an emotional post to her Instagram account that she had been sexually abused until she was 14 years old. Several celebrities' homes in Montecito, including Oprah Winfrey's estate, were affected by the damage.
"We know that this is a terribly inconvenient development, but it is also incredibly necessary", he said, adding that emergency responders are "searching for a miracle".