It just seems that Katt Williams can't get it right. The former funny man is in trouble again after he failed to show up in court on June 20, for his previous battery charge.
Katt was supposed to appear in a court in Georgia, but was a no-show. The court reportedly gave him 10 days to contact enforcers with an explanation for his absence, but failed to do so, according to TMZ. As a result, Georgia police have issued a warrant for his arrest.
In April 2016, Katt was arrested on battery charges at a Spondivits restaurant in Atlanta after he chucked a salt shaker at the restaurant's manager, which ultimately busted his lip. To say the least, this incident was definitely one of his most bizarre offenses. But in the past year alone, Katt has also been arrested for assaulting a store clerk, brawling with a teenager outside of a school playground, and most recently, allegedly taking two young women hostage.
It is unclear what additional charges, jail time, or fines Katt will face as a result of his latest situation, but hopefully he will reappear some time soon.