Comedian Katt Williams has a bill to settle with a construction company in California.
According to TMZ.com, Extreme Fence Company filed a lien against the Hollywood funnyman last month for a delinquent bill. Extreme Fence claims they installed an electric motorized gate and 106 feet of wrought iron fence at Williams’ Calabasas, California home last October. They claim the bill came to 89-hundred-dollars, but Williams never paid them for their services. Reps for Williams have not responded to the allegations.
Controversy has had no problem finding Katt Williams in the past few months. In November, Williams was arrested for breaking into record producer Barry Hankerson’s Georgia home. It was later learned that Williams had permission to stay in the residence. Later that month, an arrest warrant was issued for the comedian after he allegedly punched someone in the face at a Four Seasons Hotel in Georgia.