KC Superfan Xavier Babudar “ChiefsAholic” Gets Bail Reduced For Robbing Bank; Will He Make it to Super Bowl? – BlackSportsOnline
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KC Superfan Xavier Babudar “ChiefsAholic” Gets Bail Reduced For Robbing Bank; Will He Make it to Super Bowl?

In a story guaranteed to end up on Netflix one day and possibly a full-feature movie, a Chiefs Superfan who was known to travel around the country to watch the Chiefs while making massive bets was arrested for robbing a bank in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

It is almost a given that he robbed the bank so he could go to a Chiefs road game in Houston.

Xavier Babudar has been in jail ever since, but according to this latest report, he is getting out just in time for the Super Bowl.

A Tulsa County judge ordered a Kansas City Superfan, known on social media sites as “ChiefsAholic,” to stay in Oklahoma as one of the conditions of his reduced bail.

Judge Kasey Baldwin ordered the bail for Xavier Michael Babudar, 28, of Overland Park, to be reduced from $200,000 to $80,000 on bank robbery charges.

The court also issued a no-contact order and a GPS device, court records show.

Babudar is charged in Tulsa County District Court with robbing the Tulsa Teacher Credit Union in Bixby on Dec. 16.

Known for wearing a wolf mask to Chiefs games, Bixby police recovered a paintball mask along with money in Babudar’s backpack when he was taken into custody, according to a Bixby Police report.

Babudar is accused of pointing a weapon at a bank employee’s chest and telling the employee to take him to the bank vault. There, he ordered the employee to open the vault and give him the one-hundred-dollar bills, and if the bank employee failed to give him the money, he “would put a bullet in the employee’s head,” according to a Bixby police report.

When taken into custody, police recovered from Babudar’s backpack a paintball mask, ski goggles, paw gloves, green zip-up jacket and sweatpants, black shoes, a large Target bag that had a large amount of U.S. currency, a black CO2 pistol, and other miscellaneous items, the report states.

According to Babudar, even though he was flossing on social media, he is homeless and broke.

At least, that is what he told the judge.

Babudar filed the pauper’s affidavit on Dec. 22nd saying he had no money, was homeless, hadn’t had a job since 2020 and is seeking a public defender.

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