‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin Claims Signature at Brown Derby Restaurant in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Fake

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin, of WWE fame, has confirmed that “his” signature in the celebrity guest book at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant is fake.

The restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios shows off new signatures each day from celebrities who have dined there. It has always been presented as authentic.

During our visit yesterday, we Tweeted a photo of the signatures on display for the day, which were allegedly by Steve Austin and Kirsten Vangsness. However, Steve Austin (via a verified Twitter account) responded to us to let us know it was a “fake sig.”

His claim calls into question the legitimacy of the book and begs the question of who forged the signature.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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    1. Steve is known worldwide. He’s a much bigger celebrity than any of the internet trash that passes for a celebrity these days.
      You are a poor excuse for a troll.

    2. 🤣🤣 you may not think Stone Cold is a celebrity, but he has worldwide fame and has generated millions of dollars in merchandise sales as a result.

  1. If one signature is fake, there may be more. It’s a shame that Disney had to fake it and deceive guests. They need to remove the sheets with fake signatures. If it’s all of them, remove the book and publicly apologize for lying to public.

    1. Such a weird story. Did someone go in and claim he was Steve Austin? I think he would be pretty recognizable. I wonder if there was a meal comp?

  2. Oh no! How will I ever be able to eat my Cob Salad learning about this travesty. Wait….now that I have thought about I am pretty sure I will be ok.

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