Jennifer Lawrence’s family is facing scrutiny after the famed actor's brother asked for donations after part of their family farm burned down.

The family’s barn in Louisville, Kentucky, burned down after a fire broke out Friday night. It was also the location for the family’s popular summer camp, Camp Hi Ho.

Jennifer’s brother, Blaine, operates the summer camp. Jennifer said Blaine was most hard-hit by the incident.

"I’m grateful to Camp Hi Ho for the amazing childhood memories. My family and I are working together to help Blaine through this. And we are so grateful for the widespread support from the community to get Camp Hi Ho back up and running so we can welcome kids back this summer," she told People.

Blaine has publicly asked for donations to rebuild the barn, where many of the camp’s activities took place.

"Blaine also asks for community donations via a fundraiser or a 501(c)(3), and for families to sign up and come back to camp, noting he'll do whatever is in his power to make the place like new," TMZ reported after obtaining Blaine's email to past camp goers.

The request sparked some backlash on social media because of Jennifer’s estimated net worth of $160 million, even though it wasn’t Jennifer directly asking for these donations.

While there was some criticism directed at the Lawrence family, there were also tweets of sympathy. Users were relieved that there weren't any casualties from the fire.

Jennifer reminisced on the time at the farm while talking to People, and expressed her gratitude to first responders, as well as those in the community that reached out to her family.

"Thankfully, because of our amazing firefighters and first responders, no one was hurt and all of the animals were kept safe," she said.

"I want to thank my Louisville community for reaching out to my family and me following the devastating fire that sadly destroyed a significant part of Camp Hi Ho," the Academy-Award winner explained.

The barn was mainly used for office space, horse stalls, a riding area for camp goers, an indoor rock wall, a native wildlife display, an arts and crafts center, a nurses station and was where the farm equipment was stored, according to TMZ.

Camp Hi Ho is looking to reopen in the summer of 2021.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Jennifer Lawrence attends the premiere of "Dark Phoenix" on June 4, 2019, in Hollywood, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images