A Kansas City Chiefs superfan has been funding his sports fandoms by doing an incredible amount illegal activities.
According to reports, Xavier Babudar who is know as the ‘ChiefsAholic’ had been going to every game and now is facing 10 years in prison. Babudar was known for wearing a wolf costume in the stands but will now be known for robbing banks.
Chiefs super fan, Xavier Babudar, better known as “Chiefsaholic” on Twitter will be in court in Tulsa County tomorrow. Babudar is asking for a reduction in his bond to $50,000. Babudar is accused of robbing a Bixby bank in December. pic.twitter.com/IdyReC8Sav— Jonathan Cooper (@JCooperTV) February 2, 2023
Babudar is accused of robbing seven banks between April and December last year. Hitting locations in Nebraska, Iowa, Tennessee and Oklahoma, and two failed attempts at robbing credit unions in Minnesota.
UPDATE: A Tulsa County judge has lowered the bond of Chiefs super fan Xavier Babudar from $200,000 to $80,000. Babudar, better known as “Chiefsaholic” on Twitter, has been in jail since December after allegedly robbing a Bixby bank before the Chiefs game against the Texans. pic.twitter.com/jgdYdu7WK7— Jonathan Cooper (@JCooperTV) February 3, 2023
Now Babudar claimed that he was able to afford tickets and travel to games because he owned several manufacturing plants. He is currently looking at 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for each charge.
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