Is Katt Williams running out of lives?

AP file PhotoKatt Williams

AP file PhotoKatt Williams

In case you are keeping score, Katt Williams has been arrested yet again.

This time it was near Sacramento on a felony warrant he received after leading cops on a high-speed (for a three-wheeler) chase. He also did not go to his arraignment last week in Seattle for three counts of fourth-degree assault.

The Seattle Times says Williams is accused of flicking a cigarette in a woman’s face, threatening a bar manager with a pool cue and bashing an audience member on the back of the head with a microphone.

“Katt needs some help, man,” pal Snoop Dogg told TMZ. “Whoever really got love for Katt that’s around him, you need to take him and go get him some help.”

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to tie the knot any day now

Brad Pitt says he will be marrying Angelina Jolie “soon” — and if her stylist is to be believed, the pair picked out wedding rings last week.

According to In Touch, the bands were bought at Neil Lane in L.A.  

“I’m getting more pressure from my kids,” Pitt said at the premiere for “Killing Them Softly.” “I also feel like the time has come.”

Rehab rehash?

Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Brooke Mueller — she’s a  rehab veteran, was once married to Charlie Sheen and is Paris Hilton’s BFF — she’s in trouble again.  

TMZ says she was rushed to the hospital last week after her assistant found her “unresponsive.” She was later released and seen around town with a “black, soot-like substance” all over her hands, which TMZ said looks suspiciously like residue from a crack pipe. Mueller denies any drug use, adding that she uses black paint in the jewelry she makes.

“It is confirmed there were no illegal drugs in Brooke’s system,” her attorney told E! News.

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