Bella Thorne's Boyfriend Defends Her Tweet Regarding Traffic In Santa Barbara

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Bella wrote on Wednesday, "f*ck you to 101 Santa Barbara", because the traffic jam was making her late.

Emergency personnel carry a woman rescued from a collapsed house after a mudslide in Montecito, California, U.S. January 9, 2018.

Actor Rob Lowe, who had to evacuate his home because of the mudslides, slammed the actress for her insensitive tweet on his Instagram. "I'm sorry you were inconvenienced".

Rob Lowe totally put Bella Thorne in her place. "I'm missing my boyfriend's first date on his tour", she wrote. What, we hope, Bella didn't realize is that the roadway was closed due to deadly mudslides. "You encouraging other people to use their voice and I think that is heroic".

Lowe shared that friends of his are among the missing. Friends missing, some gone forever.

"F- just caught up on some news had no idea why the 101 was shut down... get home to your family safe", she tweeted. Embrace that (sic)" And sharing a picture of a bear who had been killed in the disaster, the "Parks and Recreation" star said: "It's easy to forget that it's not just people in these disasters.

Lowe slammed Thorne in an Instagram post by writing “This attitude is why people hate celebrities  Hollywood. Bella I’m sorry you were inconvenienced. We will try to move out our dead quicker

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.

On the same day, Bella revealed that she didn't know what caused the traffic jam.

Bella grew up in the Pembroke Pines suburb of Miami and lost her Cuban father Delancey Thorne in a auto accident when she was just nine years old.

About 100 homes were destroyed and 300 more damaged in the county.

"We know that this is a terribly inconvenient development, but it is also incredibly necessary", he said, adding that emergency responders are "searching for a miracle".

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