Katt Williams may have gotten into one more fight in Seattle than originally thought.
TMZ.com reports that just before the comedian tearfully announced his retirement, he actually tangled with a fan at a show. Video that surfaced today show Katt hitting an audience member, Carlos Casto-Lino, over the head with his microphone for no apparent reason.
Supposedly, Katt blames the victim, claiming that he spotted the fan recording the show. Instead of having the audience member removed, Katt went down into the crowd and hit Carlos over the head before stomping back up onto the stage and threatening his other fans.
"It could happen to you. Record me and see what happens to you," he said, eliciting a few laughs from the audience. "Go home and get your raggedy pistol and bring it back. I already got mine."
Carlos, who suffered a concussion, is now suing Katt and the venue for $250,000. This altercation went down the day after Katt was arrested for getting into a fight at a bar.
It was more than just a bad weekend in Seattle for Katt, though, as he was arrested by Yolo County Sheriff’s deputies at a gas station in California on Friday. According to TheYBF.com, the comedian was stopped and booked on a warrant out in Sacramento County for reckless driving.
Reportedly, the arrest forced Katt to pull out of a show in Houston, but ticket-holding fans were not informed of the cancelation until they had gotten to the venue to see the comedian.
Katt’s camp has not issued a statement on this incident yet.
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