City attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan says Williams’ case is due for arraignment Thursday. Williams, who faces up to six months in jail if convicted, is not required to attend the hearing.READ MORE: COVID Reopening: Uber Expects Employees At The Office At Least 3 Days A Week
The 44-year-old comedian was arrested July 24 outside the Sportsmen’s Lodge banquet hall and hotel after a female employee said he hurt her.
Williams’ attorney Shawn Holley declined comment, saying she had not yet received potential evidence in the case.READ MORE: COVID: Few 'Breakthrough' Infections Among Vaccinated In Sonoma County No Cause For Alarm, Experts Say
The comedian has been arrested several times this year, including in April, when police said he threw a salt shaker at a suburban Atlanta restaurant manager.
The charges were first reported by celebrity website TMZ.MORE NEWS: Curry's 42, Green's Triple-Double Lead Warriors Past Thunder In Rout