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Werewolf pleads guilty of a string of bank robberies
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Kansas City Chiefs fan Xavier Babudar, better known as “ChiefsAholic”, pleaded guilty to bank robbery and money laundering recently.

Remember that this over-the-top fanatic, who wears a werewolf disguise with a Chiefs jersey, caused a furor on social media last year due to a months-long manhunt (following robberies he committed).

According to the Department of Justice report, the 29-year-old pleaded guilty to two counts of money laundering and multi-state transportation of stolen property.

During his plea, Babudar indicated that he had carried out no less than nine bank robberies in 2022, as well as two other hold-ups while running away from the police last year.

He subsequently laundered the money he stole with the help of local casinos and online gambling.

To right the wrongs he caused, Babudar will have to pay $532,675 in restitution to the banks he robbed, and property related to his money-laundering activities will be confiscated, including a painting autographed by Patrick Mahomes, his idol and quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs!

Babudar will be sentenced on July 10, and faces a maximum sentence of 50 years in prison without the possibility of parole…

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