Katt Williams Sued For ‘Non-Performance’ After Bizarre Meltdown During Oakland Show

Source: Cavan Sieczkowski / The Huffington Post

Comedian Katt Williams’ bizarre on-stage meltdown has landed the “Friday After Next” star on the receiving end of a lawsuit, filed on behalf of those who paid for nothing but a “non-performance.”

Williams and promoter Live Nation have been sued in a class action lawsuit filed by Brian Herline on behalf of all attendees of the comedian’s Nov. 16 show in Oakland, Calif., TMZ reported. The lawsuit claims Williams “confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members,” before ending the show in just 10 minutes.

The suit, which was filed Nov. 21 in Alameda County, Calif., requests unspecified damages for “Katt Williams’s non-performance,” according to TMZ.

“Williams failed to perform,” reads the lawsuit against Williams, obtained by Zap2It. “The audience members deserve their money back. Therefore, Plaintiff brings this action on behalf of himselfindividually and on behalf of all others who paid money for a show and got nothing but Katt Williams’s non-performance.”

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