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Kansas City Chiefs super fan arrested

He's in a world of legal trouble.

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One particular fan of the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs took his fandom way too far, and he's in a heap of legal trouble. 

Xaviar Babudar, who is known as a Chiefs super fan who routinely attended games dressed as a wolf, has been arrested after a series of bank robberies throughout the midwest; the money he stole would be used to attend games as well as bet on them. 

He was indicted by a federal court earlier this week on 19 counts of bank robbery as well as money laundering; he's since pleaded not guilty. 

“Xaviar’s trying to keep a positive attitude,” Babudar’s attorney Matthew Merryman said Friday. “Again he understands that these are very serious allegations. It was a 19-count indictment. It’s going to take time for us to fully understand the breath, the scope for us to understand what he’s facing.”

“It’s also very important that people understand this is not ChiefsAholic’s last drive,” Merryman said. 

“He believes and we believe that when the final whistle blows and all of the facts are known that he is going to be redeemed in the eyes of the community, in the eyes of his fans and in the eyes of Chiefs Kingdom.”

He's known on social media with the user name @ChiefsAholic. 

Source: Fox 4 KC