ATLANTA - Comedian Katt Williams has been transferred from the Hall County Jail to the Fulton County Jail on Friday.
The Atlanta Police Department said Williams has an outstanding warrant out of the city on entering auto, theft by taking, and simple battery.
These are just some in a series of charges Williams is now facing stemming from incident over the past two weeks.
Five women said Williams and his entourage attacked and robbed them during the early morning hours of February 28 outside a nightclub. In a police report, Williams said the women were harassing him. Another man told FOX 5 News that Williams punched him in the face because he thought he was taking pictures of him.
Williams was arrested Wednesday following the execution of a search warrant of his home. Investigators were looking into allegations one of his bodyguards was attacked inside his Lake Breeze Lane home on February 28. Detectives said the search turned up drugs and guns. He posted $60,000, but was held on the outstanding warrant out of Atlanta. Two women were also arrested in connection to the incident.
On February 29, Williams was arrested on battery charges after a pool supply store employee in Gainesville said he was hit by the comedian. Williams was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery charge. He was released on a $5,000 bond. The 911 call of this incident was released Thursday.
Williams, 44, has starred in comedy specials and appeared in films, including "Friday After Next."