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ATLANTA- Comedian and rapper Katt Williams was released on bond Monday night after he was arrested for breaking into a home and stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and coins.

Williams said he was staying in suburban Atlanta while filming a movie about President Barack Obama.

As Williams emerged from the county jail, he called the alleged burglary “a misunderstanding between me and two stupid detectives.”

Bond had been set at $41,150.

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported the entertainer was mobbed by about 50 excited fans before departing in a van filled with friends and associates.

Williams, who police say is 38, is charged with burglary and criminal trespassing, according to Coweta County Sheriff’s Officer Maj. James Yarbrough.

Williams, whose real name is Micah S. Katt Williams, is known for his roles in the movies “Friday After Next” and “Norbit.” His comedy DVD, “Katt Williams: Pimpadelic,” was no. 8 in the nation for sales during the week of Oct. 30, according to Nielsen/VideoScan.

Maj. Yarbrough said the Sunday night incident happened at a home in Newnan, about 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. An employee — identified in a police report as Daniel Broach — who works at the estate where the comedian is staying called police around 9 p.m. to report a break-in at a guesthouse on the property.

Williams reportedly had a crowbar when he entered and is accused of taking $3,555 in jewelry and collectable coins.

He said he was staying at producer Barry Hankerson’s Coweta estate while in town filming a movie about President Obama.

The actor told Coweta County Magistrate Judge Joseph Wyatt he was “in the middle of a birthday party” when arrested.

“I’m one of the most honorable people in my profession,” Williams said.


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