Katt Williams has a history of erratic behavior.
Williams slapped a Target employee for unknown reasons in 2012, and he's been arrested numerous times on charges ranging from burglary to child endangerment.
Last night in LA, however, the troubled comedian may have taken his violent behavior to a new level:
According to police reports, the trouble started when Williams attended a stand-up show at The Comedy Store in LA.
Apparently, Katt doesn't need to be on stage in order to be heckled, as another audience member started cracking jokes about Williams' height and race.
Williams allegedly became irate and pulled a gun on the man.
TMZ reports that Katt "went crazy" and threatened the man repeatedly.
Someone in the crowd called police, who arrived immediately and pulled their guns preparation for a confrontation.
Katt, however, had already left by this time. No arrest warrant has been issued thus far, and the LAPD says that they're currently "investigating" the matter.
Williams was most recently arrested for blowing off a court date stemming from a high-speed police chase last year.