‘It was absolute hell’: Zac’s ex-girlfriend Stacy says she is terrified that the former NFL star will come after her as he is released on $ 10,000 bail after the shocking video posted
- Zac Stacy was released from an Orlando, Florida jail on Saturday on $ 10,000 bail just days after video showed him viciously beating his girlfriend
- Her former flame, Kristin Evans, said in a restraining order filed Monday that Stacy would “kill me” if released
- She said in an interview on Saturday that the abuse she suffered was “absolute hell” and began in May when she was pregnant with the couple’s first child.
- She said she forgave him first and wanted my son’s father to be there for me and for the birth of his first child ‘
While Zac Stacy was released from a Florida jail on Saturday on $ 10,000 bail, his ex-girlfriend said she was terrified the disgraced former NFL star – who was captured on video beating her brutally – do not attack again.
Stacy, a former NFL running back, was pictured leaving Orange County Jail in Orlando days after shocking home surveillance footage showed him attacking the old one flame Kristin Evans.
In the video posted Thursday, Stacy, 30, is seen throwing the 32-year-old woman into a TV and their son’s inflatable seat as she begged him to stop while their baby watched from the sofa.
Evans said in an Instagram post that the attack happened last Saturday
Stacy was arrested Thursday night for aggravated battery but released less than 48 hours later, carrying a Louis Vuitton wash bag and appearing solemn as he walked alongside an unidentified woman.
Former NFL running back Zac Stacy is pictured leaving Orange County jail on Saturday after being arrested on domestic battery charges Thursday
Unidentified woman tried to protect Stacy with an umbrella after she was released on $ 10,000 bail
Evans said she cried while watching a live court broadcast of her ex coming out of prison.
âI’ve never done anything to deserve something like this,â she told NBC affiliate WESH 2.
âNo one could do anything to deserve something like this. “
Shocking home surveillance footage showed the athlete attacking former flame Kristin Evans, who said he started abusing her in May when she was pregnant with their first child
She said she cried while watching online as Stacy was released from prison
Evans told the outlet that she had been abused by Stacy since May, when she was pregnant.
âI wanted my son’s father to be there for me and for the birth of his first child,â she said. âI forgave him.
She said it was heartbreaking to think back to the abuse she suffered from a man she once loved.
âHe bullied me for so long and put me in a mental state where at one point I thought it was my fault,â she said.
Video footage shows Stacy throwing Evans into a TV as their baby boy watches from the sofa
âIt was absolute hell and I know there are women who have known worse. To feel what I felt, I can’t imagine what it would be if it was worse.
Evans claimed in a restraining order filed Monday that Stacy’s attacks were escalating and “he would kill me.”
Photos from an alleged incident in August show cuts and bruises all over her body after what she says is a row over rent.
Evans said in a restraining order that Stacy (pictured in a passport photo) “would kill me” if released
“He physically assaulted me on several occasions because he wanted to recover the money he gave me for our rent,” she wrote in the request for the restraining order.
âHe punched me in the legs, slapped me in the face, took me by the arms and threw me against my window, which broke. I had glass in my feet which I myself removed, âEvans continued.
She also claims that she was slapped in the face in September.
In the document, Evans writes: ‘[Stacy] has escalated the violence since May when I was pregnant. He also assaulted me a few weeks before our son was born. He won’t stop. He is going to kill me and he feels justified in his actions.
His lawyer, Thomas Feiter, said he was stunned a judge let him out despite the graphic nature of the home surveillance footage.
âIt just doesn’t seem right,â especially since the judge saw the video – he saw the horrific video of blatant and blatant domestic violence committed against our client, âhe told WESH 2 .
Stacy played college football at Vanderbilt before being a fifth-round pick for the St. Louis Rams in the 2013 NFL Draft.
He was traded to the New York Jets in 2015 and went on to play for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Memphis Express.