Zac Stacy Attack Video – The Mysterious Truth Behind The Footage

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  • The Zac Stacy attack video has been circulating on the internet for a while. 
  • Former NFL running back, Zac Stacy has been sentenced to six months in prison and a year of probation following a brutal attack on his ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans.
  • Stacy was initially arrested for battery, but the charges were later dropped as part of a plea agreement. 
  • Evans sustained numerous injuries, including cuts and bruises.

The Zac Stacy attack video has been circulating on the internet for a while. 

Former NFL running back, Zac Stacy has been sentenced to six months in prison and a year of probation following a brutal attack on his ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans.

The attack was caught on video and took place in her Orlando home in November 2021. The video was obtained by TMZ sports a few days after Zac beat his ex at her house. 

Stacy was initially arrested for battery, but the charges were later dropped as part of a plea agreement. Instead, he pled guilty to two counts of criminal mischief.

According to an affidavit filed by the Orlando Police Department, Stacy punched Evans in the head, hit her repeatedly, and slammed her into a television set. 

The attack occurred in front of their infant son. Evans sustained numerous injuries, including cuts and bruises.

Stacy initially denied the charges and claimed that Evans had “staged” the attack out of bitterness. However, he later changed his plea and admitted to the charges against him.

In August 2021, Evans had also accused Stacy of physically assaulting her on multiple occasions. 

She reported that Stacy had punched her legs, slapped her, and thrown her into a window, causing it to break. She provided photos of her injuries to the police as evidence.

Stacy explained the August incident as a result of an argument over rent money. In his defense, he claimed that Evans had provoked him by demanding cash from him.

Stacy played for the NFL teams, the St. Louis Rams and the New York Jets, during his three-year career from 2013 to 2015. He later joined the Memphis Express in the XFL.

Stacy expressed remorse for his actions at his sentencing and apologized to Evans. He also acknowledged the impact of his behavior on his son, saying that he hoped to one day regain his trust.

The judge, in turn, admonished Stacy for his behavior, saying that he had shown “disrespect, cruelty, and violence” towards Evans. 

“It’s unfortunate because I just got out of rehab for anxiety and depression like eight months ago,” the former running back told police. “I dropped everything to come down here and support the mother of my child in her last trimester, and the baby. I let her know I wasn’t trying to be with her or nothing like that. This is a case of just bitterness. That’s why she did this. The whole assault thing. She staged it. She set me up.”

The judge also ordered Stacy to complete a domestic violence intervention program as part of his probation.

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