According to a story this morning in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, comedian Katt Williams announced at a press conference last night that he was kicked out of the luxury Four Seasons Hotel in midtown Atlanta.
He said that he was asked to leave the hotel after employees claimed he was causing a disturbance, the story says. His claim comes days after his arrest Sunday night for allegedly breaking into a house in Coweta County, the story says. Charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor criminal trespassing, he was released from jail Monday after posting $41,150 bond, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution story.
Citing an interview with 11Alive TV, the story says that Williams said he recently bought a penthouse at the Four Seasons and had rented seven rooms for seven nights.
“I haven’t been here 72 hours and I’m being kicked out of the Four Seasons even though I paid up front and in cash. I don’t understand,” Williams told the TV station, according to the AJC story. “I’m at the point now where I’m standing out here with millions of dollars in movies and TV specials sold and most of them done right here in Atlanta. And to be ceremoniously dismissed at a hotel is sad.”
What did the Four Seasons Hotel have to say about this? “A spokesperson for the hotel told the station he was not aware of the incident and had no record of Williams staying at the hotel,” the AJC story says.