Increasingly erratic comedian Katt Williams full-on CRUSHED an audience member with his mic, hitting him upside the head hard after warning people not to record his show.
Katt was performing at the Paramount Theater in Seattle last Friday:
Katt subsequently addressed/threatened the audience, saying:
"It could happen to you. Record me and go ahead and see what happens to you. Go home and get your raggedy pistol and bring it back. I already got mine."
Ironically, another fan was recording the anti-recording attack.
The mic-whipping victim, Carlos Casto-Lino, has since filed a $250,000 lawsuit against Katt and the theater, citing a concussion and contusions on his head.
He certainly got hit hard enough for that to be feasible.
The brutal mic attack comes just days after Katt Williams' slap of a Target employee, an event that took place while he was being sought by police (obviously).