BELLA Thorne has been flooded by messages of support after emotionally revealing that she was sexually abused until she was 14.
In just minutes after her tweet was sent, the public slammed the Duff actress along with actor Rob Lowe.
The actress later deleted the tweet, but not before Lowe - a resident of Santa Barbara County who helped firefighters battle unsafe blazes near his house last month - had for it.
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In a tearful Instagram video, the "Famous in Love" star said: "I'm on Twitter reading about all the people sharing sexual abuse stories with me from mine and I just want to say I'm really proud of all you guys", she said. "I'm missing my boyfriends [sic] first date on his tour", Thorne wrote. "I never knew what was right or wrong growing up.I didn't know the person sneaking into my bed room at night was a bad person", she added. "I am sending thoughts, prayer [s] and money to help!"
After deleting her cryptic tweet, Thorne apologized for her comments and told her followers that she didn't have any idea why certain roads were closed until she read the news about the deadly mudslides. She said, "had no idea why the 101 was shut down" and she implored those affected to get home to their family safe.