The actress opened up about her history of abuse as other Hollywood stars wore all black to Sunday night's Golden Globes in solidarity with victims of sexual misconduct and the #MeToo movement.
Thorne, 20, originally tweeted: "F**k u 101 to santa barbra".
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A family friend confirmed that Tamara and Bella had discussed the Instagram post but added: 'I'm really sorry but she's not ready to address this yet'. "We will try to move out our dead quicker", he wrote.More news: John Williams Confirms Return For Star Wars Episode IX
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Ellen DeGeneres shared a photo of the 101 freeway on Tuesday that showed some of the massive destruction caused by the mudslides.
In her initial declaration, Bella had described how the abuse began when she was a young child. "Montecito needs your love and support".
On Twitter she posted, "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". If you enjoy shopping for Ladies fashion, Men's fashion, or Teenage fashion then look around our site and enjoy!.
However, in defense of the young actress, she didn't know why the traffic slowed down, so her tweet was merely ignorant, and not pretentious or careless as Rob suggested. She then had a change in heart and encouraged her followers to "get home to your family safe".
A representative for Thorne has been contacted for comment.