Katt Williams’ troubles with the law are continuing to add up.
As previously reported Katt was arrested in November for burglary and trespassing, detained by police at Wal-mart in December and faced a $230,000 lawsuit later that month.
Now he’s being sued again for allegedly threatening to kill a man if he pressed charges against him for a dog attack.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, recording studio owner Marion Joseph Powers has filed a lawsuit against Katt claiming that the comedian instructed his dog to bite his while he recorded comedy in his studio.
Court documents claim that Williams and his bodyguards came to Powers’ studio in October. Williams brought along his dog and allegedly gave it an “attack signal” instructing it to bite the other man’s animal, leaving it with injuries.
Powers claims when the two decided to meet in a hotel in November to discuss the incident he was bullied into not pressing charges by Williams. He says he was forced to sit in a chair by Williams, his bodyguards and the dog he says was “snarling” in front of him.
He also says that Katt threatened to kill him and held him against his will.
He’s asking for $1 million in damages for assault, damage to property, internal infliction of emotional distress, false imprisonment and battery.
The incident is believed to have taken place the same day he was interviewed by local news for being kicked out Atlanta’s Four Seasons Hotel.
Williams has yet to release a statement on the allegations.
What is going on with Katt these days?