"I'm sorry you were inconvenienced".
While the 20-year-old has since deleted the tactless tweet, the St. Elmo's Fire alum laid into the actress for her ignorance. F*** u 101 to santa barbra. "I'm missing my boyfriends [sic] first date on his tour", Thorne wrote.
Either way, it appears as though Rob isn't buying the explanation for her comment considering the screenshotted message is still on his Instagram account. "We will try to move out our dead quicker (sic)".
And her legion of fans immediately stepped up to offer their support on social media - with some claiming the Disney star inspired them to share their own stories.
"She clearly deleted it because she figured out what was going on and realized it was insensitive", said one Twitter user. "I love you so much @MODSUN".
Lowe, who lives in the area affected, shared footage of the devastation online on Wednesday, writing: "More awful stories of loss today". "More awful stories of loss today", he wrote. Pray for Montecito and know: EVERY day could be your last.
According to Daily Mail, 100 homes have been destroyed and an additional 300 have been damaged.
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 called her out for it.
"We know that this is a terribly inconvenient development, but it is also incredibly necessary", he said, adding that emergency responders are "searching for a miracle".