Katt Williams Celebrates Freedom With Hollywood Brawl

Earlier this week, Katt Williams was arrested for child endangerment after police raided his home and reportedly found several guns and some weed. After going through the normal processing, the comedian was released from jail, and to celebrate, he decided to go out with Suge Knight. Unfortunately, that proved to be a poor decision.

According to TMZ, Williams and Knight headed to the Eden Club in Hollywood, California, but not long after arriving, a physical confrontation broke out in the parking lot. Exactly what prompted the skirmish is unclear, but a witness at the scene said Williams was talking shit and then refused to back it up, forcing Knight to do battle with several men before both celebrities retreated to separate SUVs and sped away, almost hitting several pedestrians on their way out of the parking lot.

Over the past few months, Williams has had an astounding number of run-ins with the law. In addition to this mess, he’s been accused of hitting an audience member in the head with a microphone, slapping a Target employee in the face and throwing a lit cigarette at a woman. The exact reason for the sudden acceleration in impulsive and dangerous behavior is unclear, but at this rate, he could find himself in jail for an extended period of time if he’s not careful.

It’s unclear whether authorities are actively investigating the Williams/ Knight brawl, but if they speak publically on the altercation, we’ll let you know what they have to say. Until then, it’s probably best not to cross the comedian if you run into him in public.

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