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Olivia Foxworth is one of the main antagonists in the 1979 Virginia Andrews book Flowers in the Attic.
She was portrayed by Academy Award Winner Louise Fletcher in the 1987 film adaption.
She is a religious fanatic. After the murder of her grandchildrens' (two teenagers, Chris and Cathy, and 5-year old twins Cory and Cathy) father, they became pennyless and were forced to go with their mom to live with Olivia.
She brought them in under one harsh condition, she lock them in a harsh room, so their deathly ill grandfather don't know they exist. They were locked up until the grandfather dies. But she's very abussive to them for their relationship with their mother (who is really her aunt as revealed in the film).Since she is so religious and depsises the children, she calls her own grandchildren sinners and the Devil's Spawn, uses a whip on them, break's Cathy's music box, cuts Cathy's hair and lock her up in the closet for a week.