Bella Thorne Apologizes for Tweet After Rob Lowe Calls Her Out

Bella Thorne Apologizes for Tweet After Rob Lowe Calls Her Out

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'.

The extensive mudslides in Southern California have already killed at least 17 people, including four children, while another 43 remain missing, according to the Los Angeles Times.

"This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood", Rob replied on Instagram.

Bella Thorne has said she "had no idea" that a motorway in California was closed due to a deadly mudslide in the area. Actor Rob Lowe, for instance, was quick to slam the star for moaning about traffic when there are more important matters at hand. 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.

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. "I'm missing my boyfriend's first date on his tour", she wrote. "I love you so much @MODSUN".

Lowe took to Instagram with a tweet Thorne posted on January 10 that read, "f**k u 101 to santa barbra".

On Thursday, Lowe shared a screen capture of Throne's tweet on his Instagram account and scathingly excoriated her comment.

Hopefully, the wait isn't more than Bella Thorne can put up with. Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last. She said, "had no idea why the 101 was shut down" and she implored those affected to get home to their family safe.

The 20-year-old, who boasts almost 7 million followers on Twitter, posted a second message after she realized her faux pas.

Said Bella: 'Some of us aren't as lucky to get out alive.