Comedian Katt Williams, failed to live up to the expectations of his fans at a Live Nation-sponsored concert in Oakland, California. Fans have filed a class action lawsuit saying they want their money back for "non-performance."
According to TMZ, Williams and the promoter of the show Live Nation, are being sued in a class action filed by Brian Herline, on behalf of everyone who went to see the "performance" on November 16.
According to the S.F. Examiner, an amateur videos of the show posted to YouTube, shows Williams, saying, “I am never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever going to come back to Oakland.”
TMZ reports the lawsuit was filed on the day before Thanksgiving, in Alameda County, California.
According to TMZ, the class action lawsuit claims that the comedian put up a "non-performance," and ended the show only after 10 minutes.
The suit says that while Williams was onstage, he "confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members."
Fans did not think that a fight with a member of the audience was what they paid to see and they are seeking unspecified damages from Williams as well as from the concert promoter Live Nation. The complaint may be viewed here.
In a separate incident, Williams was arrested for alleged battery during an incident at a nightclub two days before the Oakland show, TMZ reports. A video purportedly showing him being arrested may be viewed above.
The Examiner reports Katt Williams has been arrested several times in the past. He was arrested in 2009 on a charge of breaking into a home in Georgia.