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If you thought that with just a few more days left in 2012, the year couldn’t possibly get any worse for comedian Katt Williams, you would be wrong. Williams, who has dealt with countless legal dramas for his recent bizarre behavior, has been hit with a huge tax lien by the IRS.
According to TMZ, the IRS claims that Williams did not pay $3.2 million in taxes in 2008 alone. In 2009, he did not pay $829,352, bringing the total amount he owes the IRS to $4 million.
Williams has been a target of the IRS before. Back in 2010, the IRS filed a $284,000 tax lien against him, but that’s nothing compared to what the agency is looking for now.
Williams has been showing off increasingly erratic behavior over the past few months. Earlier this month, he was arrested for a police chase in the Sacramento, CA area in November.
Just days before the arrest, he was busted in Seattle after a bar fight.
The comedian also slapped a Target employee in the face, and defended his actions by explaining that the employee used the n-word. According to MTV News, Williams will be in court next month related to that case.
Williams is also facing a lawsuit over his bizarre behavior during a stand-up performance in Oakland.