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. Bella later posted a follow-up tweet, in which she offered a clarification that she posted the previous tweet without knowing about the mudslides.
She wrote: "I was sexually abused and physically growing up from the day I can remember till I was 14.when I finally had the courage to lock my door at night and sit by it".
According to Daily Mail, the star of "My Own Worst Enemy" was given a healthy dose of perspective by fellow actor Rob Lowe after she tweeted, "F**k u 101 Barbara".
Rob Lowe, of all people, screenshotted the tweet and wrote some very harsh words about Thorne. "Bella, I am sorry you were inconvenienced". What, we hope, Bella didn't realize is that the roadway was closed due to deadly mudslides.
Her latest revelations came Sunday night ahead of the Golden Globes, where attendees dressed head to toe in black to show solidarity for the Time's Up movement taking a stand against sexual harassment. Lowe and his family are among those that had to evacuate their Montecito homes.
The Parks and Rec alum, 53, shared a photo of some of the damage from the mudslides on Wednesday.
"My baby out there killing it right now on stage", she wrote. "Stay strong. Peace, I love you guys", she told fans.
Lowe wasn't the only one unhappy with Thorne's insensitive comments.
"F-k just caught up on some news had no idea why the 101 was shut down...get home to your family safe", Thorne tweeted.
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