Memo to self: If you ever go to Katt Williams‘ house, don’t use the bathroom.
Addendum: Y’know what? Don’t ever go to Katt Williams‘ house.
Comedian and law-enforcement magnet Williams has been slapped with a lawsuit by a woman who claims she received a severe beatdown while visiting his home.
In the lawsuit filed Thursday in the Los Angeles Superior Court, Jamila Majesty says she was invited to Williams’ Malibu, California, home, only to be “imprisoned” and “tortured” in his bathroom.
Majesty claims that a group of Williams’ “female companions/housemates” who were also at the home descended on her and punched her during a beating that went on for three hours, after Williams became angry that she used his bathroom.
At one point, the suit claims, Williams himself burned Majesty in the face with a lit cigarette. The lawsuit also claims Williams “slapped Plaintiff several times and punched her in the ribs in addition to beating her with the group of women.”
Majesty says she repeatedly lost consciousness during the alleged assault, only to be revived with ice packs each time so that the assault could continue.
“As a result of the beating she suffered broken ribs, split tendons, scarring to her face, and other extreme physical and emotional damage,” the suit reads.
And then the lawsuit gets weird.
In a description of the alleged incident attached as an exhibit to the lawsuit, Majesty recalls opening and glancing at a book on the bed in Williams’ home. The description said that she assumed that the book “was a wiccan book, something evil, with teachings on sorcery and spells?”
She also claims that there was a fire going that “was fed with unusual things for a fire, I am not sure what, but my intuition picked up on it and the fire smelled of sweetness more so than a normal fire,” and that she believes Williams had a woman on the premises “read me psychically.”
Williams’ spokeswoman has not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.
Alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress, battery, assault, false imprisonment and negligence, the suit is seeking unspecified damages.
Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.