Katt Williams appeared in court on Thursday after being taken into custody by police in Georgia on Wednesday afternoon on a disorderly conduct.

The comedian arrived in court looked somber and tired when he entered the court but smiled upon seeing one of his attorneys as he dealt with his current charge and an outstanding warrant for failure to tend to pre-trial requirements.

Williams’ attorney said her client would tend to those arrangement and he was then told he would be released on $500 bond, with Judge Elizabeth Reisman telling him; ‘I really don’t think you want to see me anymore and I don’t want to see you back in my court.

He left the courtroom looking relieved and a little over an hour later was photographed leaving Hall County Jail with a female companion.