Katt Williams Sentenced to Community Service After Wild Police Chase

Katt Williams Community Service, Katt Williams Court

Comedian Katt Williams pleaded no contest in the Sacramento Superior Court on Thursday following a wild police chase back in November, reports TMZ.

Williams avoided jail as he was sentenced to 428 hours of community service to be completed in nine months. He was originally charged with felony evading police, but prosecutors agreed to downgrade it to a misdemeanor.

“Mr. Williams looks forward to working with the community and moving on with his life,” Williams’ attorney Richard Schonfeld said.

Back in November, Williams led police on a wild chase through the streets of Sacramento, California in a three-wheeled motorcycle. Authorities said they saw the comedian driving his motorcycle on the sidewalk and when they went to pull him over, he took off.