The bank robber and Kansas City Chiefs superfan known as “Chiefs-aholic” said he did it.

Xavier Michael Babudar, 29, pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Kansas City to robbing eleven banks in seven states and to using casinos to launder the stolen money. He had initially pleaded not guilty to 19 charges but accepted a plea deal.

Babadur was known for wearing a wolf’s mask and dressing as a “wolf in Chiefs’ clothing” at games and had a large social media following.

Fourteen months ago, he robbed a credit union in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after which he drove to Houston to watch the Chiefs play the Texans.

Babadur is also the subject of a documentary produced by ESPN.

He could get up to 50 years in prison. He’s also been ordered to pay $532,675 in restitution and forfeit an autographed painting of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

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