Life continues to fare poorly for the comedian Katt Williams this week.
Yes, following a string of unfortunate events, the entertainer has now come under scrutiny after footage of him punching a teenager in the face surfaced online.
Unfortunately, this pales in comparison to allegations that the 42-year-old tortured a young woman recently.
Jamila Majesty alleges she was brutally tortured for more than three hours in Williams’ Malibu, Calif., home on July 18, 2014, in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Majesty had pulled up to Williams’ gated mansion and was greeted by a scantily clad woman who parked her car. Once inside, she noticed two other women with head scarves and a third woman, “no more than 18 years old,” who was baking cookies.
Williams invited her upstairs — where a holstered gun dangled from a throne — and bragged that the women were all going to sleep in his bed that night. At one point, Majesty noticed a Wiccan book on a table.
They watched videos of a Williams performance, and Majesty said the diminutive entertainer seemed to become irked when she looked away from the screen to ask him a question.
After Williams went downstairs, Majesty used the bathroom in the master suite.
“As I came out, Katt asked me what I was doing,” Majesty said. “I told him I was using the restroom. He said no one uses his bathroom.
“From there I was immediately rushed and attacked by all five people,” she added.
“I was beat in the face, taking every single blow. I did not throw one punch or kick, ever,” the actress maintained, saying she feared for her life.
Majesty claimed Williams spoke of God while he burned her with cigarettes on her face and cheeks and repeatedly screamed, “Are you a Michael Jackson fan?”
She also claimed her attackers took breaks only to smoke marijuana and cigarettes and “for them to apply ice to me to resuscitate me so I can be beat some more.”
The beating allegedly continued for three hours.
“There was one woman whom [Williams] put in charge to decide whether I could leave,” Majesty said. “She ordered me to strip naked. To my surprise, Katt just said, ‘Let her go.’ ”
But Williams had one last message: Don’t go to the police. If she did, he allegedly warned, he knew gang members that could finish her.
Majesty claims she did go to the police, at both the Agora Hills and Malibu stations, but says authorities took no action.