Comedian Katt Williams was arrested in Seattle Sunday on harassment and assault charges, according to King County court records.
The 41-year-old, whose real name is Micah Sierra Williams, reportedly got into a dispute at a bar in South Lake Union. The Seattle Times reports that Williams allegedly argued with other patrons, brandished a pool cue at the bar's manager and refused to leave.
According to the paper, police said the comedian also followed a family out of the bar and flicked a cigarette through their car, causing it to hit one person in the face.
This was the latest in several recent bizarre incidents for Williams. Last Sunday, the comedian reportedly led police on a chase through the streets of Sacramento with his three-wheeled motorcycle. Later, Williams allegedly was seen on a TMZ video arguing with a Sacramento Target employee and slapping him in the face. He was not arrested in that incident.
Williams is known for his role as Money Mike in the film "Friday After Next." He has appeared on TV shows, including "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out," "The Tracy Morgan Show," "My Wife and Kids" and "NYPD Blue."