class action lawsuit against katt williams

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Katt Williams and Live Nation Worldwide Inc. for Breach of Contract

The Tidrick Law Firm has announced the filing of a class action lawsuit against Katt Williams and Live Nation Worldwide Inc. for breach of contract due to Mr. Williams’ failure to perform on November 16, 2012 at the Oakland Oracle Arena.

The suit charges that Mr. Williams “was scheduled to perform a comedy show at the Oakland Oracle Arena on Friday, November 16, 2012. Instead, after a short series of bizarre events onstage, in which Williams confronted a heckler, took his clothes off, and attempted to fight at least three audience members, the ‘act’ abruptly ended after about 10 minutes. In sum, Williams failed to perform.”

If you lost money as a result of paying for tickets, transportation to the event and/or parking at the event, or to speak with an attorney representing plaintiffs in the lawsuit, please click on the “Contact Us” tab above or call Joel Young at 510-788-5100 x3.

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The lawsuit was filed in Alameda County Superior Court on November 21, 2012. The civil case number is RG12657251.