Alleged Zac Stacy assault victim says abuse began in May, did not report: ‘I thought it was my fault’

Kristin Evans, Zac Stacy’s ex-boyfriend, who Stacy allegedly assaulted in a Florida home in front of their 5-month-old son, said Friday that the gruesome video showing the alleged assault from the former NFL running back was a small glimpse of how her life has been over the last six months.

Evans told WESH-TV the former NFL running back had assaulted her for several months.

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Former Jets running back Zac Stacy.

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

“He’s bullied me for so long that at one point I believed it was my fault. It’s disturbing and disgusting to see things people have said online about what I did. I did nothing. I never did. done something to deserve something like this – no one could do anything to deserve something like this, “Evans told the station.

“The physical abuse began in May. I did not report it. I was pregnant at the time. I wanted my son’s father to be there for me and for the birth of his first child. So I forgave him.”

Stacy, who withdrew from the NFL in 2017, was charged with aggravated assault and criminal mischief after surrendering to Orlando authorities.

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“It was an absolute hell, and I know women have gone through worse. To feel what I felt, I can not imagine it getting worse,” Evans said.

Stacy was ordered to hand over his passport, but told the judge it was in his car in Tennessee. He had to hand over the documents before he could be released. On Saturday, he paid $ 10,150 for his release, according to FOX35 Orlando. A judge ordered Stacy to stay away from Evans. He is not allowed to possess any weapon.

Evans said she hoped Stacy “gets the help he needs.”

Former NFL player Zac Stacy was arrested after a shocking video allegedly showing him beating his ex-girlfriend.

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

Both charges, Stacy faces, are crimes. He faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.

Stacy, 30, appeared to be beating her boyfriend in an incident at their home. The video appeared to show Stacy throwing the woman into a TV stand and beating her, according to TMZ Sport. The website, which cited an application for detention, reported that the woman said he hit her several times in the head.

Zac Stacy played for St.  Louis Rams in 2013.

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

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In the video, one can hear the woman asking him to stop as a 5-month-old watches while sitting on a couch. At one point, the woman is seen being slapped with her body in one of the baby’s bouncy seats.

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