Alleged Zac Stacy assault victim says abuse began in May, didn't report it: 'I believed it was my fault'

Alleged Zac Stacy assault victim says abuse began in May, didn't report it: 'I believed it was my fault'

11/21/2021

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Kristin Evans, the ex-girlfriend of Zac Stacy who Stacy allegedly assaulted at a Florida home in front of their 5-month-old son, said Friday the horrifying video showing the alleged assault by the former NFL running back, was a small glimpse of what her life has been like over the last six months.

Evans told WESH-TV the former NFL running back had been assaulting her for months.

Former Jets running back Zac Stacy. 
(Al Pereira/Getty Images for New York Jets)

Ex-NFL player Zac Stacy was arrested after shocking video allegedly shows him beating his ex-girlfriend.
(Orange County Corrections Department)

Both charges Stacy is facing are felonies. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted.

Stacy, 30, appeared to beat his girlfriend in an incident at their home. The video appeared to show Stacy throwing the woman into a television stand and hitting her, according to TMZ Sports. The site, citing a restraining order application, reported that the woman said he punched her several times in the head.

Zac Stacy played for the St. Louis Rams in 2013.
(Michael Thomas/Getty Images)

In the video, the woman can be heard begging for him to stop as a 5-month-old watches while seated on a couch. At one point, the woman is seen being body-slammed into one of the baby’s bouncy seats. 

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