Followers Aren't Happy With Bella Thorne's Tweet on California Mudslides

Tamara Thorne and Bella Thorne

Rob Lowe Says Bella Thorne's Attitude About California Mudslides is 'Why People Hate Celebrities'

Actress Bella Thorne's mum had no idea her daughter had been molested as a child until she went public with her claims.

Bella Thorne's boyfriend, Mod Sun, took to Instagram Story to defend her against Rob Lowe after he slammed her tweet about traffic amid the California mudslides.

Thorne, 20, originally tweeted: "F**k u 101 to santa barbra".

The "Code Black" star responded to Thorne's insensitive tweet and wrote, "This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood".

'I'm so sorry that you've been inconvenienced by the 17 people that have lost their lives. "We will try to move out our dead quicker".

"I thought you was cool, man". He wrote, "It's quiet as f*ck over here for, Rob Lowe, quiet as f*ck". She said, "had no idea why the 101 was shut down" and she implored those affected to get home to their family safe. "More awful stories of loss today", he wrote.

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On his Instagram account, Lowe expressed his devastation over the recent mudslides and said that some of his friends in the Montecito area have gone missing.

The actress later deleted the tweet, but not before Lowe - a resident of Santa Barbara County who helped firefighters battle risky blazes near his house last month - had for it.

Contacted for a comment about her daughter's big reveal, Bella's mum Tamara Thorne told the Daily Mail she never knew her daughter had been sexually abused.

The former Disney star posted a tearful video to Instagram, in which she encouraged fans sharing their own stories, telling them: 'I'm so proud of you guys'.

Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown attempted to reassure residents who have been forced from their homes due to recent events. Fashion.ie features Fashion news, Irish fashion news, entertainment news, Celebrity news, Online shopping and Irish fashion.

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