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Fans Walk Out on ‘The Help’ Actress Octavia Spencer at Book Signing

This Feb. 26, 2012 photo, Octavia Spencer arrives before the 84th Academy Awards at the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Writing a children’s book isn’t enough for Oscar winner Spencer. She’s also narrating the audio edition. Spencer’s “The Case of the Time-Capsule Bandit” comes out Oct. 15. IT’s the first of two planned books for middle schoolers that feature 12-year-old vigilante Randi Rhodes. In a statement released Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013, by publisher Simon & Schuster, Spencer said that her background as an actress helped her bring her story “to life” on tape.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
This Feb. 26, 2012 photo, Octavia Spencer arrives before the 84th Academy Awards at the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

(Daily Mail) – Octavia Spencer shocked and angered hundreds of fans at a recent book signing, acting like an ‘ungrateful b****,’ say eyewitnesses who were so incensed with the actress’s behavior they stormed out and demanded refunds.

The 44-year-old Academy Award winner, who won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Minnie Jackson, a maid, in ‘The Help,’ and is currently starring in the film ‘Insurgent,’ was at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove in Los Angeles last week to autograph copies of her children’s book ‘Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective — The Sweetest Heist in History.’

But before the night was over people were dragging their kids out of line, demanding refunds on the books and stormed out of the store in disgust.

‘Octavia was mean, rude and horrible to everyone,’ former Octavia fan, Angel Guzman explained to the Daily Mail in an exclusive interview.

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