Stand-up comedian and actor Katt Williams could be facing more trouble. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Williams is under
police investigation for allegedly pulling a gun on a man outside the Comedy Store in West Hollywood.
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Police officials state Williams was not performing at the location, but they received a 911 call around 2 am local time reporting the entertainer got into a verbal altercation with an unidentified man. Williams had left the site by the time deputies arrived.
The supposed victim and witnesses at the scene spoke with police. They claim Williams flashed a handgun and threatened the man. A warrant has not be issued for Williams as of yet.
“The victim filed a report. Obviously we’d like to hear Mr. Williams’ side of the story,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Sgt. Dave Valentine.
Williams told TMZ he did not have a gun at the venue. He says he was threatened by “gang members.” Four men supposedly followed him to his car and then assaulted him.
Williams has been in trouble with the law in the past. He was arrested in 2006 for carrying a concealed gun at LAX airport. The Friday After Next star was also arrested several times in 2012 and again in 2013 for missing arraignment for a previous charge.