We're guessing Katt Williams would like a do-over on the last couple of months.

The comic is giving Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan a run for their money in the hot mess of 2012 competition. In the last two months, he's been arrested numerous times, had his tour cancelled after attacking an audience member and announced his retirement before going back to work three days later. Katt can only hope that his planned $50 million lawsuit against the city of Seattle works out because the IRS just hit him with a $4 MILLION tax lien, according to TMZ.

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Comic Katt Williams: Multiple Arrests, Retirement and a $50 Million Lawsuit -- All In Five Weeks!

The IRS is claiming that Katt failed to pay $3.2 million in taxes back in 2008 and another $829,352 in 2009. Shockingly, this isn't even his first dance with the IRS: a tax lien was filed against him for $284,000 in 2010.

Frankly, we had no idea Katt made enough money that he could slapped with tax liens of this size! At least he still falls well short of the ultimate celebrity tax debtor, R. Kelly, who owes Uncle Sam more than $6.2 million.

Katt also has a pending $250,000 lawsuit against him from the dude he whacked in the face with a microphone at a comedy show earlier this month. It seems that no establishment is safe from the comic these days. Not even Subway.

Do you think Katt can pull it together in 2013?

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