Katt Williams is the latest celebrity to spiral out of control.
The actor, comedian and rapper was arrested on Sunday following a bar fight in Seattle during which he allegedly threatened people with a pool cue, reports TMZ.
Police told the website Williams was waving the pool cue at the bar's manager and refused to leave. He later followed a family outside the bar and allegedly threw a cigarette at a woman who was getting into her car, hitting her in the eye. According to police, he also threw a rock at a car.
The 39-year-old, best known for his role as Money Mike in the film 2002 "Friday After Next," was booked into King County Jail for investigation of harassment, assault and obstructing police, and was released early Monday morning.
This is just the latest incident in a bizarre string of run-ins with the law for Williams. Earlier on Sunday, he allegedly walked into a Target and "slapped" an employee in the face.
In addition to the bar fight and Target incident, Williams also found himself in trouble on Nov. 28, when he drove his three-wheeled motorbike on a sidewalk and led police on a chase that was later called off to protect bystanders. According to Reuters, Williams was not arrested at the scene, but the "CHP's capitol protection section said it plans to present a felony evading arrest case to the Sacramento district attorney's office for possible prosecution."
The entertainer also found himself in trouble last month, when he was arrested following another fight at an Oakland club on Nov. 14, and is currently being sued by his former female assistant who claims Williams assaulted her at his home in October, according to TMZ.