Fans Sue Katt Williams

Katt Williams, whose recent live performances have been so curious as to achieve a spoof on “Saturday Night Live,” is apparently facing a lawsuit from the people who went to see him in Oakland, Calif. 

A class action lawsuit against Williams and promoter Live Nation has been filed by Brian Herline on behalf of everyone in the Nov. 16 audience, according to TMZ.

The concert ended after 10 minutes and included the comedian confronting a heckler, undressing himself and attempting to fight at least three audience members, according to the lawsuit.

The suit is seeking unspecified damages for Williams’ “non-performance,” according to TMZ. Williams was arrested in Oakland two days before the show.

A representative for Live Nation was not available at press time.

Here’s some fan footage from the Oakland performance. It’s not the greatest quality, but you get the idea.