Rob Lowe roasted Bella Thorne on Instagram Thursday after the actress complained of her traffic troubles amid the southern Californian mudslides that have left 17 dead, 43 missing and hundreds trapped inside their homes.
The 20-year-old 'My Own Worst Enemy' actress took to her Twitter page Wednesday writing: 'F**k u 101 Barbara. I'm missing my boyfriend's first date on his tour.'
Shortly after Thorne's tone-deaf post, 53-year-old actor Lowe responded to the message saying: 'This attitude is why people hate celebrities/Hollywood. Bella, I'm sorry you were inconvenienced. We will try to move out our dead quicker.'
Rather quickly, comments flowed in about Thorne's message. One wrote: 'Her attitude of inconvenience over humanity is disgraceful.'
Another said: 'The fact that she is so very out of touch with reality but even more human suffering is appalling!!!! She is just a punk who could move to putter space and no one would even notice!!!! I am sending my thoughts, prayer and money to help!!!'
While one other added to Lowe's page: 'That was very rude of her.... sad for all who is going thru such loss.'
It seems Thorne, who made headlines this week for her childhood sex abuse revelation, has since deleted the post about missing her boyfriend rapper Mod Sun.
Lowe said sadly that some of his friends were among the victims, while writing on Instagram: 'More terrible stories of loss today. Friends missing, some gone forever. Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last. Embrace that.'
Rob Lowe (shown right in Studio City, California in August) roasted Bella Thorne (shown left in Inglewood, California in December) after the actress complained of her traffic troubles amid the deadly southern Californian mudslides
Thorne took to her page in the afternoon writing: 'F**k u 101 Barbara. I'm missing my boyfriend's first date on his tour.' Lowe replied after, saying, 'this is why people hate celebrities'
Bella Thorne was complaining about missing her boyfriend rapper Mod Sun's (pictured together) gig - but her post backfired spectacularly
The 101 Highway which Thorne spoke of is seen closed on both sides in Montecito, California on Thursday
Vehicles are seen stopped after a 6pm mandatory evacuation order is placed following the mudslide and its devastation
A damaged house and vehicle are seen after a mudslide that left 17 dead, 43 missing and hundreds of others trapped inside their homes
Many were evacuated from their homes by local police while others decided to stay
Homes were ripped open by debris carried by the mudslides that ravaged Santa Barbara
A destroyed vehicle is shown amid the California mudslide that forced highways to close down
Rescue workers slogged through knee-deep ooze and used long poles to probe for bodies as the search dragged on for victims of the mudslides that slammed this wealthy coastal town
Bill Asher attempted to walk through tough mud inside his home that was damaged by storms in Montecito
Bill Asher, left, and his friend Gil Loustalot survey storm damage to Asher's home in Montecito
Cars and debris that washed to the coast from storms and flooding are shown on a beach. Rescue workers slogged through knee-deep ooze and used long poles to probe for bodies
Search and rescue workers and a dog scour through properties after the deadly mudslide. Several people are still missing
Rescue workers scour through properties after a deadly combination of wildfires and heavy rainfall triggered mudslides
A search and rescue worker is seen trekking through properties from the mudslide that destroyed hundreds of homes
Meanwhile, celebs like Gwyenth Paltrow suffered double heartbreak after the mudslides wrecked the grounds of her multimillion dollar Montecito home and 'devastated' the beautiful boutique hotel where she married Chris Martin.
Paltrow only bought the $4.9 million property, in Tollis Avenue in 2016, which boasted 'Monet-like gardens' and stunning water features.
Sadly, it's the grounds that have been hit hardest by the deadly mudslides. The floods dumped thick mud over its lawns and in its ponds and swimming pool, while photos show that sections of her awning and veranda appear to have been torn off.
The actress still hasn't moved into the Montecito property, which was advertised as a fixer upper on one site, and another listing as 'vacant land with two existing residential structures,' which has it has been mired in planning issues after the Shakespeare in Love star's proposals for a new mansion infuriated her neighbors.> ‹ Slide me ›
Gwyneth Paltrow's $4.9 million Montecito home's 'Monet-like' gardens have been ravaged by mudslides. Pictured before the deluge, left, and after, right
After the floods: Sections of her awning and veranda appear to have been torn off and a water feature in the center of her yard is now filled with muddy water
Pretty as a picture: Before the mudslides, the property's best features were its stunning pool (pictured) and pretty grounds
Piece of art: The pretty gardens, and water features (pictured before Tuesday's downpour) have now been buried under mud
Paltrow only bought the $4.9 million property, in Tollis Avenue in 2016, and proposals to tear down the structure and build a new mansion in place have been mired in planning issues
Paltrow (pictured) suffered double heartbreak after the southern Californian mudslides which not only wrecked the grounds of her multimillion dollar Montecito home, but also all but destroyed the beautiful boutique hotel where she married Chris Martinmore videos 1 2 3