Although Bella has yet to respond to Rob directly, she did ~sort of~ acknowledge her social media snafu.
Thorne, who starred in the TV series "My Own Worst Enemy", tweeted her gripe about the U.S. Highway 101 closure on Wednesday.
Rob Lowe called out Bella Thorne via Instagram
One supporter wrote: "I just wanna hug you so hard right now", with another adding: "I'm so proud of how strong you are". What, we hope, Bella didn't realize is that the roadway was closed due to deadly mudslides.
The mudslides have claimed at least 17 lives so far and have injured several others. In her tweet, the actress also said that she missed her boyfriend's first date on his tour because of the incident.
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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.
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.
"F- just caught up on some news had no idea why the 101 was shut down... get home to your family safe", she tweeted.More news: Deepika Padukone wants Ranveer Singh to quit doing this thing
The actress later deleted the tweet, but not before Lowe - a resident of Santa Barbara County who helped firefighters battle unsafe blazes near his house last month - had called her out for it.
"I was sexually abused", the 20-year-old wrote on Instagram, the same day that stars at the Golden Globe Awards sent a.More news: 100% FDI in single-brand retail to help Apple, Chinese cos