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Katt Williams warned not to miss any more Sacramento court dates

Comedian and actor Micah “Katt” Williams has been warned by a Sacramento judge not to miss any more court appearances related to felony reckless evasion charges pending against him after he missed two previous hearings.

Williams appeared Wednesday afternoon at a scheduled court hearing in Sacramento Superior Court, KTXL-TV in Sacramento reported.

That's when the judge told Williams he couldn't miss any more appearances. Williams claimed he missed the first two to attend court in a custody dispute.

In the courtroom hallway, Williams accused KTXL reporter Ben Deci of being a stalker.

Williams failed to show up for court dates on Jan. 7 and Jan. 29. He is charged with felony reckless evasion stemming from a November incident in downtown Sacramento.

Before he appeared Wednesday, a Sacramento County judge put out a warrant for Williams’ arrest.


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-- Ben Deci, KTXL-TV Sacramento

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