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Chiefs superfan ‘Chiefsaholic’ on the run from police in bank robbery case

By Ryan Glasspiegel,


The Chiefs superfan who is accused of robbing a bank in Oklahoma is on the run from the law with a $1 million bond warrant out for his arrest.

Xaviar Babudar, who gained notoriety on social media as the wolf-mask-wearing “Chiefsaholic,” removed his ankle monitor and did not show up for his Monday court date, according to court records covered by KJRH .

The Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office plans to add a felony charge for the ankle monitor, which was found in a field near Woodland Hills Mall in Tulsa.

Babudar allegedly robbed a TTCU bank at gunpoint in Bixby, a town about a half-hour southeast of Tulsa, on Dec. 16.

Tracy Tiernan, Babudar’s attorney, told ESPN she hasn’t talked to her client in over a week.
Chiefs superfan Xaviar Babudar at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, where the Chiefs defeated the Broncos on Dec. 18, 2022.

“I have reached out to him and am waiting to hear back from him,” Tiernan said. “I don’t know the circumstances of why [the ankle monitor] was removed and how it was removed.”

It is presumable that Babudar was able to make bail because of money earned from bets on Patrick Mahomes to win MVP and the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl.

Based on betting slips that he posted to Twitter, on a since-deleted account, he stood to win about $100,000 when those outcomes occurred .

He made bail shortly after the Super Bowl and posted a celebratory video of himself superimposed over the rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine in the music video for the song “GOOBA.”
Xavier Babudar, known to football fans as ‘Chiefsaholic,’ was arrested in December for bank robbery.
Tulsa County Sheriff

Payton Garcia, the bank teller who was allegedly robbed by Babudar at gunpoint, was strenuously opposed to his bail release.

“I’m shocked that the district attorney and judges allowed this criminal out on bail after robbing a bank,” Garcia said in a statement that was released by her attorney Frank Frasier. “That day changed my life. I have never feared for my life like that before.”

“I can’t believe he was allowed to make bail. I’m concerned for my safety and the safety of my family knowing he’s out of jail.”

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