Cocaine is a helluva a drug! After he led cops on a high-speed chase through the streets of Sacramento, feeling proud of himself, crackish Katt Williams, 43, stopped by a Target in Woodland, Calif. to pick up some coke -- wait, do they sell cocaine at Target? Anyway, video surfaced of him confronting a Target employee then slapping the employee in the face -- then he fled the scene on an electric cart. Woodland police asked the Yolo County District Attorney to charge Katt with misdemeanor battery, but prosecutors are "investigating" and no charges were filed. Typical.
Below is video of the aftermath of the slap-ation and the getaway.
Sidebar: This is just the tip of iceberg of Katt Williams' reign of terror across California. Earlier this month, he was arrested after arrested after he attacked and beat up Delvahn Mosley-Davis, an 18-year-old aspiring rapper, inside his tour van. According to the lawsuit, Delvahn and a group of friends met Katt on the streets. He invited the group into the tour van but then ordered everyone to leave -- except his bodyguards, friends and Delvahn. Delvahn said he and Katt began a "rap battle," and then out of nowhere the comedian punched him with a closed fist and pulled a gun on him. Cops investigated and, per usual, Katt Williams wasn't charged. Now the victim has filed a lawsuit. Katt also is facing a $5 million lawsuit by his personal assistant, who claims he hit her in the face in October, causing permanent eye injuries. Oh, let's not forget: He's also facing a class-action lawsuit from disappointed audience members of his Nov. 16 show in Oakland. According to reports, Katt Williams had a meltdown on stage. He "confronted a heckler, took his clothes off and attempted to fight at least three audience members" and spat on people before his act "abruptly ended after about 10 minutes." (This is a pattern.)
Here's the video from that Oakland show.
This sh*t is not funny. Not one bit. People need to stop buying his concert tickets. Live Nation and his handlers need to demand he seek professional treatment for "exhaustion and dehydration" (or whatever they may want to call it), but this man needs help, before it's too late. Have we not learned anything from the untimely deaths of Amy Winehouse, Michael and Whitney?
UPDATE, Dec. 3. The drama surrounding this clown never ceases. Katt Williams was arrested in Seattle Sunday night after he got into a fight at a bar. According to police, Katt "brandished a pool cue at a bar manager and refused to leave the business" and later followed a family outside of World Sports Grille where he threw a cigarette at a woman as she got into her car, hitting her in the eye. Oh, he also threw a rock at the woman's car. Obviously, cops are "investigating" and no charges will ever be filed. He was bailed out by felon Suge Knight, who apparently is his tour manager and utterly hilarious. Friday night he was involved in an altercation with three fans after they tried to take a photo with him. He said they had forced their way into his dressing room. One day, one of those seemingly easy targets he chooses to pick a fight with, is going to beat his ass to a pulp. (Remember when he got slapped?) Say no to drugs, kids. Please say no.
Oh, he was kicked out of Courtyard Marriott hotel on Monday, too. This was the fourth hotel he was kicked out of in Seattle last weekend. What a mess!
UPDATE, Dec. 4: Here are some details from his arrest Sunday.
Officer Michael Virgilio wrote in his report that he responded to a call for police help at the World Sports Bar Sunday afternoon. The manager told him that Williams had returned to the bar after being involved in a dispute with a customer the night before, Virgilio said in his arrest report. "I suppose you're going to ask me to take my hands out of my pockets, huh?" Williams said to Virgilio, according to the report, after the officer told Virgilio he had been "involved in a few disturbances." Williams refused to give his name or show an ID, but "yelled out a CA driver's license number," the officer wrote. When Virgilio warned he would arrest him for obstruction unless he produced an ID, Williams responded "No." The comedian then turned around and placed his hands behind his back "on his own accord," the arrest report said. "Two of Williams' associates were standing nearby and were pleading for Williams to calm down," the officer wrote. While being handcuffed and searched, Williams "made several comments about how he was going to sue the department," the report said. "He stated he had been arrested over 30 times in the last few months and every time he was released prior to being booked into jail," Virgilio wrote. "He made comments regarding my employment with the city of Seattle and how it would end as a result of his arrest. Williams stated he had millions of dollars and this arrest would not affect him." After the search turned up Williams' passport in his pocket, the officer asked why he hadn't just handed it over. "You asked for my driver's license," he quoted Williams saying. "I didn't have it!" Then, it got worse, the arrest report said. "Williams became aggressive and resistant and his actions forced me to take him to the ground for a short period of time. He was subsequently placed in the back of my patrol car." Williams was playing pool in the bar when Sunday's trouble started, the report said. "An argument began and quickly escalated." When the manager tried to separate Williams from the couple with whom he was arguing, Williams yelled at him for "protecting the customers from the famous guy," Virgilio wrote. "Williams picked up a pool stick, raised it up and pointed it at his face," the report said. "He continued to state if he hadn't stepped back the stick would have hit in the the face." When the manager asked him to put the stick down, Williams said "What if I don't?" and jabbed the stick toward him again, the report 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," the police news release said. "Williams also threw a rock at the family's car." Officer Virgilio said he would request additional charges against Williams including reckless endangerment, because he threw a rock that hit a window in the family's car, "directly next to an 8-year-old girl." "Had the glass shattered or the rock had penetrated the window it could have struck and harmed the 8-year-old victim," he said.