Early Wednesday, a series of video clipswent viral of comedian Katt Williams first sucker-punching a teenage boy, and then being taken to the ground by the young fella.
It’s just the latest in the ongoing Katt Williams saga.
A lawsuit was filed against the 44-year-old actor and stand-up comedian last week in Los Angeles Superior Court by Jamila Majesty, who claims that, after she used his private bathroom, Williams became enraged, and assaulted her along with a group of women.
The suit alleges Williams
“slapped [Majesty] several times and punched her in the ribs in addition to beating her with the group of women… As a result of the beating [Majesty] suffered broken ribs, split tendons, scarring to her face, and other extreme physical and emotional damage.”
Majesty is suing Williams for assault, battery, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Less than two weeks ago, Williams, who has appeared particularly worse for wear of late, sucker-punched a man onstage at a Beanie Siegel concert in Philadelphia, inciting a brawl that left the comedian on the receiving end of a group beatdown.
Luke Wash, 17, of Gainesville, Georgia, jumped on Katt Williams and put him in a headlock
The teenager, who was mistakenly reported as a 7th grader, went viral after getting punched in the face by the comedian and in return placed him in a wrestling choke-hold.
“We were playing a game of soccer, and I just thought it was a soccer game, but stuff happens in sports,”
“He took me over to a secluded area and asked me to hit him and I was like, ‘I’m not just going to hit you.
You want to square up?’ And then he sucker-punched me so I did what I did.”