A comedian who got into hot water over a confrontation with a photographer was sentenced Monday to three years of probation. The AP reports that Katt Williams received the sentence after pleading no contest to stealing the photographer’s camera.
Williams is known for a series of TV and film appearances and voice work, with credits including “Friday After Next,” “Norbit,” “The Boondocks” and “Wild ‘n Out.”
The report notes that Williams will be required to attend anger management classes.
“In September 2014, a celebrity photographer accused Williams and former rap music mogul Marion ‘Suge’ Knight of stealing her camera. The photographer said she suffered a concussion after an associate of the men attacked her,” the AP reports. “Williams’ attorney has said in court the comedian briefly took the camera from an associate only to erase any images of Knight’s son, who was with his father visiting a Beverly Hills studio.”
Here’s some stand-up material by Williams on Donald Trump and the 2016 presidential election — with a warning about rough language …