Katt Williams arrested, again

Photo Credit: Katt Williams' Twitter (@KattPackAllDay)
Photo credit: Katt Williams’ Twitter (@KattPackAllDay)

It was just last month that Katt Williams got lucky and bonded out of jail after he was caught on camera getting into an embarrassing fight with a 17-year-old boy in front of a crowd of people. Although most people in his shoes would be trying their hardest to stay out of trouble, Williams, like always, has found himself in hot water with the law, once again, as reports have revealed that he was arrested again after yet another physical altercation.

According to media reports, the drama all happened at Spondivits seafood restaurant in Atlanta last night. Sources say that a group of Williams’ friends walked into the restaurant and chose to seat themselves at a table before a host could select a table for them.

Williams walked into the restaurant soon after and reportedly began arguing with the restaurant manager about the seating situation. The argument got progressively more heated and sources say that Williams picked up a salt shaker and hurled it at the manager, smashing it in the manager’s face.

Police were immediately called to the scene and Williams was arrested for battery and taken to jail.

However, Williams ended up posting bond and was released after midnight.

There’s no word yet on whether the manager plans to press charges or file a lawsuit or if and when Williams will have to show up in court. This marks the fifth time this year that Williams has been arrested for erratic behavior. Besides his fight with the teenage boy, Williams was also arrested for terroristic threats, drug possession and assault. He’s also facing a lawsuit from a group of women who claim that he assaulted them.

At this point, we wonder if Williams will ever stop getting arrested or if he’ll eventually end up doing something so bad that he ends up serving major jail time.

Nicholas Robinson
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