New details emerged about an incident involving troubled comedian Katt Williams.
According to the AJC.com, 5 women accuse the 42-year-old stand-up comedian of pointing a gun at them on Sunday.
The incident began when Salena Boston and her friends spotted Williams and his entourage walking about 2:30 a.m. Sunday near West Peachtree and 3rd streets.
Boston, through her attorney Loletha Hale, said the group of women, who were visiting Atlanta, asked Williams for a photo and he agreed.
But when another member of her group began filming Williams, he became irate and punched the woman.
Boston said Williams pointed a gun at the group and demanded the women’s cellphones, according to a police report obtained by the AJC.com.
According to the police report, Williams denies Boston’s version of the incident.
AJC.com -- He said the group of women started harassing, filming and taking pictures of him without his consent.
They then “became irate” and snatched a chain from his neck, which led Williams to start a fight with the group, according to the report.
His security team saw what was happening and allegedly approached the women.
At one point in the incident, one of the women said “she was going to her car to get something to pop somebody,” Williams said in the report.
A member of Williams’ entourage then took a firearm out and sat it down on a concrete post, according to the report.
Police later arrived and handcuffed Williams but made no arrests.
An officer said there are cameras at the corner of Cypress and 4th streets, but police couldn’t view the footage because they couldn’t determine who owned the cameras.
Hale and the women alleging Williams attacked them are scheduled to speak at a 2 p.m. press conference in front of Atlanta police headquarters.