Katt Williams is on the wild again. Check out this most recent incident trail.
Sunday Nite 12/02/2012 Katt is arrested in Seattle for rude behaviour and we from this we think he’s on the road to spending the holidays behind bars. We hope that he pays attention to the publicity and gets help; Quickly.
Comedian Micah “Katt” Williams was arrested Sunday afternoon after he was involved in a fracas at a South Lake Union bar, Seattle police said.
Officers were called to the World Sports Grille near Ninth Avenue North and Westlake Avenue following a report of a dispute involving Williams and another patron at the bar, department spokesman Jonah Spagenthal-Lee said in a statement. Williams, a Los Angeles-based comedian who recently was parodied on “Saturday Night Live,” was scheduled to perform at the Paramount Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but missed his Thursday show.
“During the incident Williams exchanged words with patrons in the bar, brandished a pool cue at a bar manager and refused to leave the business,” Spagenthal-Lee said. “At one point during the altercation, Williams followed a family outside of the bar where, as the family got into their car, Williams flicked a cigarette through a car window at a woman, striking her just below her eye.
“Williams also threw a rock at the family’s car.”
Police said Williams struggled with officers as they tried to put him into a patrol car. Jail records show Micah Sierra Williams was booked into King County Jail at 6:42 p.m. for investigation of harassment, assault and obstructing police. He has not been charged in the incident.
The Sunday incident was his second involving Seattle police this week, according to officers.
“Following Williams’ Friday evening show, Williams was involved in an altercation with three fans,” Spagenthal-Lee said. “The fans claimed Williams had attacked them after they tried to take a photo with him after the show. However, Williams claimed the fans had forced their way into his dressing room, and denied assaulting anyone.”
No arrests were made in that incident.
“Following the incident, Williams told officers he planned to cancel his Saturday night show, and head out of town,” Spagenthal-Lee said. “Apparently that didn’t happen.”
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WTF Katt ? Are you paying attention here brotha man ? don’t you realize that this makes quite a week of wildness for even you. But co’mon Throwing a Rock at a Car and flicking a cigarette at someone is pushing the limit for even you. Seattle police obviously think they’ve watched him spiral out of control for long enough and put a governor on that rifling tonight. Katt was arrested and is sitting in the drunk tank in Seattle for Assault and various and other sundry bs.
This guy needs to chill and find something to write about. All these fights with fans and folks in audiences are really making for interesting conversation. Unfortunately Katt isn’t the one doing the writing about the incidents. The police are keeping tabs on him as he travels and apparently they are not taking his nonsense very lightly anymore. We think that might help because he needs someone to pump those brakes; because he’s headed for a head on crash with a big hard wall called Reality. Drugs never help when you are agitated and Katt seems to stay that way. He recently struck his own female assistant. She is of course suing him for the assault.
On Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012, TMZ reports they have video footage of actor and comedianKatt Williams slapping a Target employee and making his comedic getaway in an electric cart he lifted from the store.
Just before this incident, Katt Williams from movies such as “Friday After Next” and “Money Mike” was in the news for hitting a fan with his mike during one of his comedy routines.View slideshow: Katt Williams crazy faces over the years, clues to his bizarre behavior over the years?
In an Atlanta, Georgia show, Katt reportedly:
“confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members.”
With all this going on, a pending law suit underway, you would think police would have no trouble catching up to him.
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Take a look at what Katt did on Thursday, which was the day He didn’t perform in Seattle. This is in Sacramento California. In this video from Target, Katt is seen as he slaps a cashier. Honestly for what we don’t know; since there is no audio in this tape unfortunately. But from his demeanor we can kinda all tell that he was talking rudely to the cashier and slapped the cashier when he obviously didn’t do what he wanted.
Katt, Katt, Kattt, you don’t always get what you want
First he was arrested in Oakland for allegedly bashing someone in the head with a bottle, then he was hit with a class-action lawsuit in Alameda County over a missed performance at the Oracle Arena. Then he headed to the state capital, where last week he apparently decided to try to outrun the police on a three-wheeler.
According to the New York Daily News, it worked: The cops gave up the 35 mph chase on pedestrian walkways in the interest of public safety. Winning! That’s when Williams headed to Target.
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All we can say is that we wished we worked at that Target. We would have made sure there was audio in that video.
There could have been no funnier scene than watching Katt get away on one of the stores electric mobility scooters; at a blazing 3 mph. Geee Whiz mp doubt he was making alot of racket and carrying on because that would be classic Katt. First on the tricycle and then on the mobility cart.
Always talking about how he has to use kid sized stuff
No doubt Katt is having some issues; as he’s been known to in the past. But this most recent trail of tears has included Slapping, Trikes and Crazy Shows explained by none other than Too Short, Yeah that Too Short.
This is the link to the slapping story. Please make sure you read the story so that you understand what’s happening in the video.
Right before this slap he was chased on a motorized trike through the streets of Sactown; by One Time. They even called off the chase after removing Katts’ helmet; and allowed him to continue ranting and riding. they said it was too dangerous to continue to chase him at 35MPH on a trike. Ohhhh Rightttt, This is when he headed down the street to Target. Yeah, Crazy.
Katt lays down the pimp hand in a Sactown Target
Yes we all remember when he talked about not being able to ride his motorcycle. So he apparently found out that those trikes will fit any size kid. even one with short legs and a big head. That may or may-not be a good thing for Katt however. we’re sure the DA will determine that when the case is presented. We wonder just how many times he can continue going off on people and not receive some real confinement and assessment for antisocial behaviour ? He was hospitalized a couple years ago against his will – for behaviour just as bizarre as this
There is a root to this problem and we’re sure only Katt knows what it is. We just hope he gets a handle on it before he has no career or money left to pay people he’s assaulted.
Now the Oakland People are suing him for his recent show issues. We remember him having a few issues at a New Years Eve show in the D; and ending up getting a Cow Boy Boot beat up side his lil head. You would think that would be enough, but apparently not.
We hear that things are so bad that he had to be escorted off stage in Oakland by Suge Knight.. WTF ? – watch the end of the video and you’ll see Suge and Too Short There supporting Katt On Stage, After He Melted Down.
Katt you need to get yourself together before somebody else does.
Comedian Katt Williams is in hot water with California’s state capitol police after he drove his three-wheeled motorbike on a sidewalk and led police on a chase that was later called off to protect bystanders,
authorities said on Wednesday.Police said Williams, 39, was spotted by an officer from the California Highway Patrol’s capitol protection section on Sunday driving a three-wheeled Can-Am motorcycle on a sidewalk near the state capitol building in Sacramento, initiating a chase at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour.The comedian – who appeared in the 2008 movie “First Sunday” and voiced a pigeon character in the 2010 family film “Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore,” was not arrested in the incident.But the CHP’s capitol protection section said it plans to present a felony evading arrest case to the Sacramento district attorney’s office for possible prosecution.CHP spokesman Sean Kennedy said the officer, who was in a car, followed Williams who later turned his motorbike and drove onto a pedestrian-only thoroughfare.The officer activated the lights and siren on the car in an attempt to get Williams to stop, but the comedian rode away and later turned onto another street.The pursuit lasted for two minutes. Williams at one point turned to the officer and said “I’m not going to stop,” and the comedian also ran several red lights, Kennedy said.Police eventually stopped pursuing Williams to protect the safety of bystanders in the area, he added.Chris Smith, an agent for Williams, said he was not aware of the incident and declined to comment.Kennedy said he does not know when his office might present the case to the district attorney’s office for possible prosecution. But he said when that happens, there could be an effort to arrest Williams.Williams, a native of Ohio, has lived in Los Angeles in recent years and has done a number of stand-up comedy tours. It was not clear if he remains in Sacramento.(end of clipping)
After the opening performances by fellow comedians and a couple of songs by Oakland rapper Too $hort, Williams took the stage about 10:40 p.m., Douglas said.
The comedian joked about selling out the arena, something he said the Golden State Warriors couldn’t do. An audience member asked about the Wednesday night brawl, and Williams said he had been released because even Oakland police were fans.
About seven or eight minutes after Williams took the stage for his set, Lucero said, he “started acting weird,” taking off his shirt and sweating profusely. Douglas said he quickly transitioned into his familiar closing bit, rattling off his various nicknames before leaving the stage.
“I was like, ‘That’s it?’” Douglas said. “After that, I saw everyone leaving … throngs of people leaving.”
Douglas and his father, who came to the show with him, left as well.
About 15 minutes passed, and between a quarter and half of the audience left, before Williams returned. Once he came back on stage the second time, Lucero said, “there were no more jokes.”
One video shows Williams sitting on a stool, hunched over, delivering a disjointed monologue about spending time in Oakland and discussing God.
In another video, a member of Williams’ entourage walks on stage and speaks to the comedian for a moment. As the man leaves the stage, Williams follows him and appears to strike the back of his head with the microphone.
A profanity-laced video posted to YouTube shows Williams challenging a heckler to come onstage and fight him and telling the person to come backstage after the show. A burly security guard hauls Williams away from the stage’s edge and to the backstage area.
Lucero said many people leaving the arena accosted him, saying they wanted a refund. Security personnel are instructed to have unhappy ticket holders contact the outlet where they bought their tickets.
Douglas said he “absolutely” felt he deserved a refund. Representatives from promoter Live Nation could not be reached for comment Saturday.
A spokeswoman for the Save Mart Center in Fresno confirmed Saturday afternoon that Williams’ show, scheduled for Saturday night, would continue as planned.
The incident Wednesday night resulted in Williams’ arrest, according to Oakland police spokeswoman Johnna Watson, but the comedian, whose real name is Micah S. Katt Williams, was not booked into jail and has not been charged.
An 18-year-old aspiring rapper, Delvahn Mosely-Davis, sued Williams on Friday, saying the chance encounter near Oakland’s Courtyard Marriott Hotel began with fans greeting the comedy star and ended with Williams bashing him in the head with a bottle.
Williams’ Nov. 1 show in Denver ended with the comedian jumping into the crowd to confront hecklers about a half-hour after he took the stage.
Williams is also facing a $5 million lawsuit filed earlier this month by his personal assistant, who alleges he hit her in October in Los Angeles and caused permanent eye injuries.
In June 2011, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested him on charges of false imprisonment for an incident involving a man on a tractor in Palmdale, according to published reports. Between November 2006 and June 2011, Williams was arrested at least two other times on weapons charges and burglary, and he spent time in jail in those cases, according to published reports.
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And of course We Have the Obligatory Mug Shot of His Most Recent Lock Down
This is Katt Melting Down in Oakland. He’s lucky to have Too Short and Friends to help him off the stage without a riot
What ever it is, we sincerely hope that he gets the right kind of attention from a health professional real soon; So that our favorite comedian Katt’s Back on the road to health and wealth once again.
Hey Katt, Drugs R Bad, MKay.. Forreal Doh.
Somebody Betta Get They Boy,