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

'This is why people hate celebs'

While hundreds of people were left trying to pick up the pieces after fatal mudslides ripped through Montecito, California, Bella Thorne only had one thing on her mind - traffic.

Actor Rob Lowe, who had to evacuate his home because of the mudslides, slammed the actress for her insensitive tweet on his Instagram.

"This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood", he wrote.

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'. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", Lowe wrote in a post on his Instagram account.

Thorne tweeted an apology saying she didn't know why the 101 was shut down and to get home safely.

Search teams were looking Thursday for at least eight people reported missing after a series of mudslides in Southern California.

Bella Thorne tweeted a complaint about traffic in Los Angeles preventing her from getting to her boyfriend rapper Mod Sun's concert.

The Jan. 10 social media exchange sparked a flood of comments.

Lowe, who lives in the area affected, shared footage of the devastation online on Wednesday, writing: "More bad stories of loss today".

Former Disney Channel star Bella Thorne revealed she was sexually abused until she was 14 years old this past Sunday. "You encouraging other people to use their voice and I think that is heroic". Right now Santa Barbara County is experiencing severe mudslides shutting down the 101 highways.

Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown attempted to reassure residents who have been forced from their homes due to recent events. Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last.

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