Rob Lowe Shreds Bella Thorne for Clueless Tweet About Disaster-Ravaged California

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She returned to Instagram on Monday and wrote, "I'm on Twitter reading about all the people sharing sexual abuse stories with me from mine and I just want to say I'm really proud of all you guys". "I'm really sorry but she's not ready to address this yet", the source said.

Dozens of stranded residents also have been rescued by helicopter in areas of Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", he wrote.

Rob Lowe felt some disappointment toward fellow actress Bella Thorne, who expressed frustration over missing her boyfriends concert due to the unsafe Montecito mudslides on Thursday (Jan.11). Bella Thorne tweeted about the horrific mudslide, but not in a sympathetic way.

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. "F-- you 101 to santa barbara".

According to a report from ABC News, around 17 people have died because of the mudslides in California and around eight people are now missing, while two dozen are injured.

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She wrote: "I was sexually abused and physically growing up from the day I can remember till I was 14.when I finally had the courage to lock my door at night and sit by it".

"More bad stories of loss today".

Lowe said on Instagram Thursday that some of his friends are among the missing.

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". The actress took to social media after his death to commemorate his passing which was confirmed by the coroner just a few weeks after.