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Missouri AG calls for 'accountability' after Chiefs' Harrison Butker gets doxxed over 'religious beliefs'

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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey said he is "demanding accountability" after the city of Kansas City posted a message on social media revealing the residence of Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker following his commencement speech at Benedictine College over the weekend. 

Bailey said Thursday that he plans to enforce the Missouri Human Rights Act after the city of Kansas City posted a message on X just a day earlier revealing the city where Butker resides. 

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker lines up a field goal attempt during Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Feb. 11. (Michael Owens/Getty Images)

"My office is demanding accountability after [Kansas City’s X account] doxxed [Butker] last night for daring to express his religious beliefs," Bailey said in a post. 

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"I will enforce the Missouri Human Rights Act to ensure Missourians are not targeted for their free exercise of religion. Stay tuned." 

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey attends a House Homeland Security Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 10. (Graeme Sloan/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The social media account deleted the post on Wednesday and later posted a brief apology. 

"We apologies [sic] for our previous tweet. It was shared in error," the post read. 

CITY OF KANSAS CITY APOLOGIZES AFTER DOXXING CHIEFS’ HARRISON BUTKER FOLLOWING FAITH-BASED COMMENCEMENT SPEECH

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas addressed the controversy in a separate post, calling it "clearly inappropriate." 

"A message appeared earlier this evening from a City public account. The message was

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