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Comic Katt Williams is being sued by Oakland audience members who allege that the comedian had a meltdown on stage.
According to The Associated Press, the lawsuit has been filed by Brian Herline who claims that he, along with the rest of the audience (roughly over 100 people), were disappointed by Williams’s show when he had a meltdown on stage which ended in the comedian stripping down and threatening to fight people.
Herline is reportedly seeking compensation for tickets that he and the rest of the audience members purchased.
The lawsuit comes just less than two weeks after the 39-year-old was arrested for an alleged battery on an aspiring rapper's tour bus.
This is the second lawsuit filed against Williams, San Francisco Chronicle reports.
According to the report, the lawsuit states, "After a short series of bizarre events onstage, in which Williams confronted a heckler, took his clothes off and attempted to fight at least three audience members, the 'act' abruptly ended after 10 minutes. In sum, Williams failed to perform."