Actor-comedian Katt Williams has donated $1,000 to a fan after learning that the wheelchair-bound woman needs kidney transplant.
The female fan was seen crying after William's show in Boston Aug 18, and when the security guards approached her to check her condition, she told them that it was "tears of joy" because it was the first time she could laugh after receiving bad diagnosis from her doctor, reports tmz.com.
The security team later took the woman backstage to see Williams. Katt Williams apparently was so touched after learning of the woman's condition. He briefly left the room and returned with a folded sheet of paper. The woman saw 10 $100 bills in the folded paper. In addition to the cash, Williams also wrote a message for her - "God never leaves".
Meanwhile, Williams is going through a tough time. The star, who attacked a Woodland Target store employee late last year, was banned from the department store. He has also been asked to serve a year of informal probation.
Apart from being asked to stay away from the store employee, the judge also barred Williams from possessing a firearm for 10 years. What's more the actor-comedian has also been directed to pay a $200 fine.
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