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Katt Williams had a crazy time in Seattle a week ago. The pint sized comedian was arrested, threatened people with a pool cue, retired, unretired and hit a fan in the head with a mic.
Katt was performing at Seattle's Paramount Theater on Friday November 30, when he noticed a fan recording him. He ventured out into the audience and smacked the fan in the head hard with his microphone.
The comic later let the audience know the same thing could happen to any of them if he caught them recording his show.
"Don't be nosy, it could happen to you," Katt said. "Record me and see what happens to you. Let me see your light recording me and see what happens. Don't worry if you don't like it I'll be here all night. Go home and get your raggedy pistol and bring it back. I already got mine."
A man named Carlos Casto-Lino claims to be the person Katt assaulted. He has filed a $250,000 lawsuit against Katt and the theater. Carlos says the hit left him with a concussion and contusions on his head according to TMZ.
L.A. Weekly is reporting that because of all the bizarre events that have happened Live Nation has decided to pull the plug on the tour. There were about 90 dates left on the trek.