Just days after Katt Williams was arrested in Portland, Oregon for a fight over a dog, the comedian is facing even more legal issues as a judge just ruled against him in a separate assault case.
Back in 2016, Katt was slapped with a lawsuit for attacking a fan after one of his shows. In the suit obtained by The Blast, Tyrell Williams said he attended a party at the lounge after the comedy show and tried to catch a Snapchat picture of the comedian.
Amid his attempt, Tyrell said Katt “suddenly and without warning” approached him and knocked his iPhone out of his hand, before punching him in the face three times.
Tyrell said the incident left him with physical injuries and mental pain, so he sued for unspecified damaged. According to the publication, after a few months of being ignored by the comedian, Tyrell demanded a default judgment, to which a judge granted and deemed Katt liable for the incident.
The amount will be determined in an upcoming hearing, the Blast reports.