After recently being charged with assault by another woman, Katt Williams's former personal assistant, Angelina Triplett-Hill, is now accusing him of violently beating her on the set of a film. She says her injuries were so serious that she was in the hospital for several days. Triplett-Hill is suing her former employer for $1 million, accusing him of battery, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
According to court documents obtained by Daily Mail, Triplett-Hill and Williams first met back in 2003 when she was working as the personal assistant to the Isley Brothers. They started working periodically since then and more often when the comedian would book a gig in the same city she was located in.
She says in September 2014 he contracted her to assist him in an upcoming shoot in California to which she agreed and traveled to the assist him.
Triplett-Hill recalled that the comedian snapped after she stepped away from the set to take a phone call during the shoot. She said he angrily ordered her to get in the transportation caravan he and his entourage were taking and, once they got in the vehicle, she said he lunged toward her, "snatching her cellphone out of her hand and angrily [throwing] it across the vehicle."
She said after he threw her phone, he yelled, "B***h get out of my truck." After she tried to defend herself against being called a "b***h," she said he became even more infuriated and struck her in the face a series of times, causing her to hit the ground, losing consciousness.
She was taken to Santa Monica UCLA hospital where she remained for three days. Once she was released, she immediately quit her job as Williams's assistant and refused to work with him again. She says due to the continued severe emotional distress she experienced as a result of the attack, she demands $1 million from him.
In addition to her alleged assault, Triplett-Hill said she witnessed the comedian beat other women in front of her while boasting about what he had done.
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