Kristin Evans nervously packed her family and things together as fast as she could.
They are on their way to a safe place for fear that her ex-boyfriend and former NFL runback Zac Stacy would return.
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“This was just the drop I wanted to say. I really feel like if it continues, he would kill me,” Evans said.
Evans released the horrific attack captured on her home’s surveillance photos on social media. The video allegedly shows Stacy hitting her twice, causing her to fall on the couch. Then he grabs her and throws her across the room into a television, which falls on top of her.
One could hear Evans begging him to stop several times.
Stacy’s arrest warrant then said he went back to the couch, grabbed an object, stood over the top of Evans and threw it at her. He picked her up from the floor and threw her into a walker.
“Every time the cars pass, I resist the urge to look and see who it is. I started crying when you went up because I’m scared,” Evans said.
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She explained that Stacy should give himself up after the police issued an arrest warrant, but he has not. She thinks his friends might be helping to hide him.
“We thought he was in Nashville. We’m not sure if he will return to the Orlando area today. There were some words about it,” Evans said.
Evans met Stacy in January 2019 while working as a wellness coordinator for the Memphis Express of the Alliance of American Football – a team Stacy played for. They began a romantic relationship in August of that year. She said it was very on and off after she had an abortion. She added that Stacy became more physically violent towards her after the birth of their son.
“He feels justified in his actions. There is nothing anyone could do to justify such a thing,” Evans said.
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She told FOX 35 that she has previously filed reports against Stacy. She said she felt she had to go public with this so her case would not be overlooked again.
“The state would have reached it when they got to it, and maybe I would not sleep for a month or two, otherwise he could get away completely with one,” Evans said.
Evans has started one GoFundMe to help raise awareness of domestic violence. She explained that the funds will go to Harbor House in Orange County, which helps victims of domestic violence. She said the group has helped her before and she hopes to be able to help other women in her shoes.
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