The ongoing violent behavior of comedian Katt Williams is no laughing matter.

After announcing his retirement from comedy following a series of arrests, fights and bizarre behavior, Katt unretired himself just a few days later and resumed his national stand-up tour. But last Friday in Seattle, Katt accused an audience member of recording his show and video footage shows him whacking the guy in the face with his mic stand!

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"It could happen to you. Record me and see what happens to you," said Katt to the audience, according to TMZ. "Go home and get your raggedy pistol and bring it back. I already got mine."

In response to the attack, concert promoter Live Nation has canceled all 90 remaining stops on his tour. It's possible that another company could take over the rest of the dates, but unlikely given that Katt has gotten into numerous verbal and physical attacks against audience members so far.

The victim in the attack, Carlos Casto-Lino, has filed a $250,000 lawsuit against the comic and the theater for physical damages that include a concussion and contusion on his head. Katt is also facing criminal charges from his other crazy incidents that include investigation of assault, harassment and obstruction.

Do you think Katt's comedy career is finished?

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