Rob Lowe Calls Out Bella Thorne's Tone-Deaf Tweet

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

Bella Thorne mom didn't know daughter was sexually abused

Bella's dating rapper Mod Sun, the guy she was trying to get to when she ignorantly tweeted about being inconvenienced by the mudslides blocking the 101 freeway.

Bella Thorne might want to check the news before she tweets her frustration.

A family friend confirmed that Tamara and Bella had discussed the Instagram post but added: 'I'm really sorry but she's not ready to address this yet'.

Rob Lowe called Bella Thorne out after she posted an insensitive tweet during California's deadly mudslide. "I'm missing my boyfriend's first date on his tour".

Former Disney star Bella took to Sunday alleging that she had been repeatedly molested in her own bedroom but declining to say who the perpetrator was.

A few hours after Thorne posted her tweet, Lowe shared a screenshot of her post on Instagram along with the caption, "This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood".

CNN reports at least 17 people have died due to the California mudslides and up to 43 people could be considered missing. "I am sending thoughts, prayer [s] and money to help!"

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.

Lowe, who lives in the area affected, shared footage of the devastation online on Wednesday, writing: "More bad stories of loss today. We will try to move out our dead quicker", he wrote.

The mudslides wiped out entire blocks of Montecito, and forced Caltrans to close Highway 101 in both directions between Carpinteria and Santa Barbara through Monday, public radio station KCBX reported.

Sure, it's an inconvenience, but Bella failed to read the room - and her followers were swift to remind her to show a little compassion.

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