Comedian Katt Williams was in meltdown mode when he took the stage in Oakland, Calif. for a Live Nation-sponsored performance. Now fans say his act was so lame they want their money back. And they've filed a class action lawsuit to get it.
The class action lawsuit claims the comic put forth a "non-performance," ending the show after 10 minutes, TMZ reports.
During the moments Katt was on stage, the suit claims the comedian "confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members."
That sounds like a show worth the price of admission, but fans weren't amused. They are seeking unspecified damages from Williams, as well as concert promoter Live Nation. The entire complaint can be read here.
Williams was arrested for alleged battery related to a nightclub fight two days before his show in Oakland.
What do you think? Do fans have the right to sue over an on-stage meltdown?
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