Bella Thorne Giving Tenants A Break Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Page Six revealed earlier today that Bella Thorne, 22, is giving her tenants a break in Sherman Oaks, California, due to the economic stand-still from the coronavirus precautionary measures implemented by the federal and state government.
As most know, the United States' unemployment reached its highest in years in the last month due to the coronavirus. The government has asked that Americans stay at home from work to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the result of which sees the loss of many jobs and paychecks.
A source who spoke with the aforementioned outlet claimed Bella wanted to do her part to help. Bella allowed her tenants to forego paying April's rent this month.
According to the insider, Thorne felt as though the COVID-19 pandemic is incredibly unfair to all of those who have been working hard to pay rent and keep roofs over their heads. In other words, Bella believes that it's not their fault for not being able to work.
The former Disney channel star paid $2 million for the house when she was just 19-years-old. As most know, Bella first came to prominence on the network as a teenager, before going on to more mainstream success in films such as Babysitter, Assassination Nation, Amityville: The Awakening , among others.
These days, Bella's career has continued to soar, including when on the 18th of February, 2020, Todd Malm reported that Bella was spotted out in public dressed as a nun, probably for a movie.
Page Six was also the publication to first pick up on photographs of the actress out in Los Angeles. At the time of the publication's news report, it wasn't revealed what movie she was working on, although, fans noted her glamourous look despite her choice in religious attire.
Bella has been busy in her career on a number of different fronts these days as well, including when she was given the Vision Award from Pornhub for her film, Her and Him.