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ChiefsAholic has been a regular sight at Arrowhead Stadium for many years. Dressed in a full-body wolf costume, a Chiefs tank top, and a snapback, he has become a team staple. However, he has undergone a very public fall from grace in recent months.

The first chapter in this saga occurred in December 2022, when ChiefsAholic’s absence from a Chiefs road game in Houston was noted. After a little internet sleuthing, armchair detectives discovered that ChiefsAholic, real name Xaviar Badudar, had been arrested on the way to the game. Why? Well, turns out he was a suspect in a bank robbery in Oklahoma. Subsequently, he was released on a $20,000 bail. Furthermore, he was given an ankle monitor and scheduled for arraignment in March 2023.

ChiefsAholic Added To Most Wanted List

DENVER, CO – DECEMBER 11: A costumed Kansas City Chiefs fans shows the night night gesture in the fourth quarter during a game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High on December 11, 2022 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

In a wild update to the story, it turns out that Badudar skipped out on his court date, left town, and removed his ankle monitor. After showing up in the Chargers’ viral schedule release, Badudar is having some much more serious attention. According to a report from Fox4, Badudar has been added to a local Most Wanted list in Kansas City. Furthermore, the article from the Fox affiliate notes that “There is an active arrest warrant for Babudar. If found, he will be arrested and held on a $1 million bond.” Despite committing his crimes in Oklahoma, the Fox4 articles notes that, “Crime Stoppers says even though Babudar is wanted in the Tulsa area, his last known address is in Overland Park, Kansas, and he knows people in the metro.”

Badudar is currently listed at number five on the list, which is maintained by the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission. According to the list, Badudar is wanted for “Tulsa County, Ok., Failure to Appear in Court Warrant for Bank Robbery.” This is a developing story and we’ll have any updates here on HotNewHipHop.

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