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Rob Lowe slams Bella Thorne for angry about highway closure

Actor Rob Lowe slammed “My Own Worst Enemy” singer Bella Thorne for angry about the closure of US Route 101 after vast mudslides killed at slightest 17 people.

“F–k u 101 to Santa Barbra [sic]. I’m blank my boyfriends first date on his debate :(((,” Thorne wrote on Twitter.

The singer after deleted her twitter and offering an reason by writing, “F–k just held up on some news had no thought since the 101 was close down…get home to your family safe.”

But Lowe shared a screengrab of her strange censure and shot back on Instagram by writing, “This opinion is since people hatred celebrities/Hollywood. Bella, I’m contemptible you were inconvenienced. We will try to pierce out the passed quicker.”

Lowe slammed Thorne in an Instagram post by writing, “This opinion is since people hatred celebrities/Hollywood. Bella, I’m contemptible you were inconvenienced. We will try to pierce out the passed quicker.

Lowe slammed Thorne in an Instagram post by writing, “This opinion is since people hatred celebrities/Hollywood. Bella, I’m contemptible you were inconvenienced. We will try to pierce out the passed quicker.”

(Rob Lowe around Instagram)

The mudslides scorched the coastal city of Montecito, killing at slightest 17 people as emergency responders continue the unfortunate hunt for dozens some-more who are missing.

Highway 101 was close down for 12 miles by Santa Barbara as crews tried to transparent the debris. The closure also prevented pediatricians from receiving influenza vaccines, according to a internal KSBY report. 

The mudslide, overwhelmed off by complicated rain, took many homeowners by warn early Tuesday, despite warnings released days in allege that mudslides were probable since new wildfires had nude hillsides of foliage that routinely binds dirt in place.

A bulldozer moves waste as a car sits stranded in flooded water on U.S. Highway 101 in Montecito, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. 

A bulldozer moves waste as a car sits stranded in flooded water on U.S. Highway 101 in Montecito, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. 

(Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)

The disaster was already maturation when Santa Barbara County officials sent out their first cellphone warning at 3:50 a.m. County emergency manager Jeff Gater pronounced officials motionless not to send one earlier out of regard it competence not be taken seriously.

As the rainwater done its way downhill with entertainment force, it pried boulders from the belligerent and picked up trees and other waste that flattened homes, cars and carried at slightest one physique a mile away.

From an aerial view, the village that is home for celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and Jeff Bridges, looked like two vastly opposite places.

Trashed areas were awash in a sea of mud, with only the tallest trees station and some homes buried up to their roofs. Next to some of the ravaged areas sat vast estates inexperienced by the torrent, their lawns still immature and the landscaping lush.

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