This image is from security video showing the assault of a Target employee by co median Micah "Katt" Williams

This image is from security video showing the assault of a Target employee by co median Micah “Katt” Williams

WOODLAND (CBS13) — Comedian Micah “Katt” Williams pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor battery charge on Monday for hitting a Target employee in November.

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He was sentenced to 1 year of informal probation and was ordered to stay away from the Woodland Target. In addition, he was hit with a 10-year firearms prohibition and a $200 fine.

Video of the Nov. 25 incident that was featured on TMZ showed him attacking a 19-year-old security worker at the store after Williams tried to buy the worker’s motorcycle helmet.

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“He approached me, the argument got escalated, and that’s when he hit me,” Forrest Liebenberg said.

A hit that he says caused his face to swell, but then Forrest suffered another hit just a few hours after the video was posted on YouTube. Forrest was fired, he says with no explanation.

It was part of a string of odd behavior for Williams at the time. There was a bizarre attack on a heckler during a show in Oakland, then a police chase in Sacramento on Nov. 25 that happened right after this confrontation and an arrest in Seattle on Dec. 2.

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Williams gave a long, rambling interview defending his actions in Woodland to a Seattle news station shortly after the incident in Seattle.