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Katt Williams got so belligerent toward the crowd at his own comedy show last night, the club had to kick him out — and then called the cops on him when he tried to get back in! Katt was scheduled to perform two shows at the Improv in Ontario, CA last night — but according to our witnesses, Katt got tossed from the 8:00 PM show and the 9:30 PM show was cancelled.
According to TMZ:
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … a man doing tractor work on a Palmdale home where Katt was staying claims three women approached his vehicle and began attacking him with rocks and dirt clods around 4:30 Saturday afternoon.
The man, who says he suffered facial injuries in the attack, called his wife to pick him up — but when she arrived, Katt pulled up in an SUV and blocked their exit. That’s when the man called 911.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. quickly arrived to the scene — arrested the women for assault with a deadly weapon and busted Katt for felony intimidating a witness.
Katt was hauled to a nearby station, where he was booked. Bail was set at $50,000. Williams was released later that night.
Now that Da Brat is out of prison, she’s speaking about her love life behind bars.
The rapper says more than a few thuggish ruggish broads wanted to bump uglies , but she wasn’t having it.
“Every female in prison wanted me … all of them wish they could have gotten these goodies,” she told TMZ.
Da Brat has also been quoted as saying that although Jermaine Dupri didn’t visit her, he did put the most money on her. So did Katt Williams, Omar Epps and his wife, Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, who also visited
The rapper still has her work cut out for her facing the next 3-6 months under house arrest and 7 years probation.
TMZ now reports that when the men faced off in court recently, the judge ruled in Powers’ favor and ordered Katt to pay the man a whopping $577k.
Katt Williams has been ordered by a judge to pay more than $500,000 to a man who claims that the comedian commanded his dog to attack his pet when he asked him for an unpaid debt.
Producer Merion Joseph Powers sued Katt after he racked up a $28,000 bill in his studio, but refused to pay it.
Powers filed legal papers saying that when he pressed Williams for the money, Katt paid him a visit with his attack dog in tow.
According to court documents, Powers alleges that Katt gave his dog a “verbal attack signal” to go after his animal leaving it with “substantial and nearly life-threatening injuries.”
Calls to Katt’s reps were not returned.
Katt Williams has become a human magnet for anything that involves drama lately.
According to TMZ, the Pimpadelic comedian was involved in a verbal altercation with a group of people outside The Bar Delux Club in Hollywood,Ca Saturday night (December 26). As things got more heated Katt reportedly went to his vehicle and retrieved his pistol.
Fortunately for everyone involved, cooler heads prevailed and the situation calmed down before any fists or bullets started flying.
Katt Williams needs a hobby that doesn’t involve law enforcement.
After having been arrested at least three times in the last three years, the otherwise-quite-successful comedian upped the ante and has been arrested two times in the last two months.
And that doesn’t include being detained for questioning at a Wal-Mart in Newnan, Ga., today.
TMZ, Williams, who’s facing burglary and trespassing charges for what he has called a mixup between him and “two stupid detectives,” was arrested earlier this week over an issue with his bond.
He posted $41,150 bail last month after being accused of breaking into his friend’s guest house and stealing cash and rare coins.
Today, however, Williams got off without seeing the inside of a jail.
Police responded to a 911 call from a Wal-Mart patron who claimed a member of Williams’ entourage broke out a shotgun during some sort of altercation in the parking lot.
The Pimpadelic comic was handcuffed and questioned in the back of a squad car but released without being formally busted. Two people were charged with disorderly conduct, according to Newnan police.
While Williams has a long way to go to equal the streak DMX was on last year, he’d best nip his proclivity for trouble-making in the bud before he ends up behind bars for 90 days.