Comedian Katt Williams‘ career seems to be on a downward spiral with all of the troubling events that he’s been dealing with for the past few years. Last year we told you guys about the incident at Target in which Katt was seen slapping a male cashier. Well, Tuesday in Yolo Superior Court, according to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office a judge ordered Williams to stay away from the store employee, barred Williams from possessing a firearm for 10 years and directed him to pay a $200 fine, according to information on the district attorney’s website. When the incident happened Katt was immediately was banned from the department store and ordered to serve a year of informal probation as part of a plea entered this week.

Williams’ attorney entered a plea of no contest to misdemeanor battery on the comedian’s behalf.

Judge puts comedian Katt Williams on probation for attack on store worker

Judge puts comedian Katt Williams on probation for attack on store worker