Another day, another arrest for comedian Katt Williams.
Just a few days ago, Williams suffered a beatdown in Philly after sucker punching a fellow party-goer (click HERE if you missed that), now, he’s come back to Georgia to turn up even more and he’s got two female acquaintances involved in the situation who were ALLEGEDLY carrying his drugs.
[Sidebar: I don’t know about you, but it’s getting extremely hard to keep up with is shenanigans these days!]
Katt ALLEGEDLY assaulted his bodyguard the day before he was arrested for hitting that store clerk in Gainesville and now a judge is set to decide if he needs treatment for his issues.
Details about Katt’s latest brush with the law below…
According to the AJC, Katt was arrested last night in Hall County (again) after an altercation with his bodyguard:
Comedian Micah “Katt” Williams was arrested Tuesday for the second time in recent days and faces charges of battery and terroristic threats in Hall County over a dispute with his bodyguard, the sheriff’s office said.
Williams, 44, is scheduled for a committal hearing at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Hall sheriff’s Deputy Nicole Bailes said in a news release.
He is accused of threatening bodyguard Corey Dixon on Feb. 28, the day before he was arrested on a separate misdemeanor battery charge in Hall.
According to multiple reports, Williams and two acquaintances allegedly confined and assaulted Dixon.
“It’s our understanding that Mr. Williams was encouraging our victim, Mr. Dixon, to engage in some criminal activity in the Atlanta area,” Bailes told Channel 2 Action News.
Deputies executed a search of Williams’ home Tuesday on Lake Breeze Lane in Gainesville. During the search, investigators found large quantities of marijuana and several firearms, Bailes said.
Williams is charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, false imprisonment and felony possession of marijuana.
Tatiana Smith is charged with aggravated assault, misdemeanor marijuana possession and possession of the drug Alprazolam.
All three suspects were taken to the Hall County Jail, where they remained Wednesday.