Sunday, December 19, 2010

Katt Williams Fined $577K In Dog Attack Case

Katt Williams has been ordered to pay a record producer more than half a million dollars after allegedly ordering his dog to attack the other man’s dog.

The comedian was sued by Merion Joseph Powers, who claims Williams refused to settle his $28,000 bill at a studio in Atlanta.

According to Powers, Williams tried to intimidate him by coming to the studio with an attack dog and giving it a “verbal attack signal” to assault Powers’ dog. The victimized pet suffered “substantial and nearly life-threatening injuries.”

At a later date, Powers and Williams met at a hotel to discuss the incident. Powers claims Williams used the dogs and bodyguards to again intimidate him into not pressing charges.

Now a judge has ruled that Williams must pay Powers $577,929.

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