All the Octavia Spencer fans might want to take a harder look at the actress after she caused some nasty dispute at a book signing.

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On Monday, Daily Mail reported that the Oscar winner was at a Barnes & Noble bookstore in Los Angeles to sign autographs for her new children's books called Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective. While some may think that this was a kind gesture for Spencer to sign her name on these books, fans walked out of the store angrier than ever.

Apparently, the actress was rolling her eyes at fans during the event. She also refused to take pictures and complained about her feet hurting as well as a 'tiny glass of water' she was given during a Q&A session. During the signing she told fans, "No touching, no coming around the table to take a photo."

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Not only that, but the people could not even go up to her to tell her their names; they had to tell an assistant who wrote it on a sticky note and handed it to her. She also refused to sign another photo for a hopeful fan.

"Octavia was mean, rude and horrible to everyone," Angel Guzman, former fan of the actress, told Daily Mail. "Initially, there was a Q&A but Octavia acted like she was forced to be there and she took her anger out on all of us, including the kids."

After more diva-like antics went down, things got much worse when one woman stormed off with her child. She then blurted out, "This woman is an ungrateful, nasty b--ch! I'm getting a refund on this stupid book. If she talked to me or my child like that it would get really ugly in here so it's best we get our money back and go home before something jumps off."