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NFL stars react with outrage to video of Zac Stacy assaulting ex-girlfriend 

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Former and current NFL players have voiced their outrage on social media after a video surfaced of former NFL running back Zac Stacy assaulting her ex-girlfriend in front of the couple’s five-month-old baby at her Florida home before. 

Stacy has since been arrested and is being held at Orange County Jail facing felony charges of aggravated assault and criminal mischief, TMZ reported. 

Graphic footage was posted on social media by the victim, Kristin Evans, 32. In the video, a man believed to be Stacy, 30, can be seen throwing Evans to the wall and punching her several times as their son witnessed the violent attack. 

Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams, who was among the players condemning Stacy’s alleged actions, branded him a ‘coward.’ 

‘I’m not retweeting the video but ZAC STACY NEED TO BE THROWN UNDER THE JAIL. Any man that puts his hands on a woman is a coward. Can’t believe what I just saw,’ Adams tweeted on Thursday before Stacy’s arrest on Friday. 

Retired two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long, who played with Stacy for two seasons on the Los Angeles Rams, said that it was ‘Crazy to play with someone for a couple years and you have no idea what kind of bull*** they do at home.’ 

‘Woke up to the Zac Stacy video. Made my stomach turn. Not retweeting,’ Long added.

Meanwhile, former New England Patriots free safety Darius Butler did not mince his words and said that Stacy should get an equivalent of the physical harm he allegedly caused Evans.  

Stacy has since been arrested and is being held at Orange County Jail facing felony charges of aggravated assault and criminal mischief

Evans posted a video to her Instagram story to urge people to turn Stacy in

Zac Stacy (pictured left in his mugshot) is accused of domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his child, Kristin Evans, (right)

Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams, who was among the players condemning Stacy's alleged actions, branded him a 'coward'

 Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams, who was among the players condemning Stacy’s alleged actions, branded him a ‘coward’

Retired two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long, who played with Stacy for two seasons on the Los Angeles Rams, said that it was 'Crazy to play with someone for a couple years and you have no idea what kind of bull*** they do at home'

Retired two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long, who played with Stacy for two seasons on the Los Angeles Rams, said that it was ‘Crazy to play with someone for a couple years and you have no idea what kind of bull*** they do at home’

Retired two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long, who played with Stacy for two seasons on the Los Angeles Rams, said that it was 'Crazy to play with someone for a couple years and you have no idea what kind of bull*** they do at home'

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams and  Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long are among those in the NFL who have voiced their condemnation of Zac Stacy's actions

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams and Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long are among those in the NFL who have voiced their condemnation of Zac Stacy’s actions

Butler tweeted: ‘I hope Zac Stacy is somewhere gettin his a** whooped right now! Any Man that puts their hands on a Woman is a SUCKA in my book.’

On Thursday, TransPerfect Music City Bowl said they were cutting ties with Stacy and he would no longer be a youth football ambassador for the organization. 

‘Based on the video and domestic violence report regarding Zac Stacy, the TransPerfect Music City Bowl has terminated the relationship with Zac Stacy effective immediately,’ a statement read. 

NFL linebacker Will Compton also took to Twitter to denounce the attack and demanded Stacy be held accountable. 

Compton wrote: ‘Sad video going around on Zac Stacy. I don’t want to post it because it’s triggering. That man needs some serious consequences putting his hands on a woman like that in front of their son. I can’t even begin to understand getting to that point. That’s ridiculous.’

Cornerback Charles James II also voiced his astonishment after watching the video, and said he was ‘in shock I was teammates with a dude like that.’

‘Zac Stacy lost his fu***** mind ain’t no way boy…I’m not retweeting that video but you can tell that wasn’t the first time,’ James tweeted after his first Tweet.  

‘For the record…. Any man that puts his hands on a woman is a coward! Short of defending yourself in a life or death situation, there is no excuse!’ said Baltimore Ravens defensive Calais Campbell. 

Daren Bates, a linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons jumped in the debate about Stacy’s alleged actions and said  that Stacy ‘was my dog too bruh smh,’ but that he needed ‘to have a bunch of men beat his a** before he go to prison.’  

'For the record…. Any man that puts his hands on a woman is a coward! Short of defending yourself in a life or death situation, there is no excuse!' said Baltimore Ravens defensive Calais Campbell

‘For the record…. Any man that puts his hands on a woman is a coward! Short of defending yourself in a life or death situation, there is no excuse!’ said Baltimore Ravens defensive Calais Campbell

He 'lost his fu***** mind ain’t no way boy...I’m not retweeting that video but you can tell that wasn’t the first time,' Cornerback Charles James II tweeted, adding he was 'in shock I was teammates with a dude like that'

He ‘lost his fu***** mind ain’t no way boy…I’m not retweeting that video but you can tell that wasn’t the first time,’ Cornerback Charles James II tweeted, adding he was ‘in shock I was teammates with a dude like that’

Daren Bates, a linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons jumped in the debate about Stacy's alleged actions and said that Stacy 'was my dog too bruh smh,' but that he needed 'to have a bunch of men beat his a** before he go to prison'

Daren Bates, a linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons jumped in the debate about Stacy’s alleged actions and said that Stacy ‘was my dog too bruh smh,’ but that he needed ‘to have a bunch of men beat his a** before he go to prison’

New England Patriots free safety Darius Butler tweeted: 'I hope Zac Stacy is somewhere gettin his a** whooped right now! Any Man that puts their hands on a Woman is a SUCKA in my book'

New England Patriots free safety Darius Butler tweeted: ‘I hope Zac Stacy is somewhere gettin his a** whooped right now! Any Man that puts their hands on a Woman is a SUCKA in my book’

On Thursday, TransPerfect Music City Bowl said they were cutting ties with Stacy and he would no longer be a youth football ambassador for the organization

On Thursday, TransPerfect Music City Bowl said they were cutting ties with Stacy and he would no longer be a youth football ambassador for the organization

‘He punched me several times in the head! I begged him to stop because the baby was on the couch just a few feet from where he punched me,’ Evans wrote in her restraining order application.  

She added: ‘He then picked me up and threw me into my TV. The TV began to fall and he turned to make sure I wasn’t getting up. 

‘I just want to say thank you, everyone, who has continued to support me in this ordeal. He’s still not apprehended, I don’t know why. His friends are hiding him. Please, if you know anything, contact your local authorities. If you see him, he drives a white Kia Optima, a 2020 or 2021,’ Evans wrote on social media. 

‘If you see him or you know of any location that he might be, please turn him in or call your local authorities.’ 

In a further Instagram story post, she asked President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for help. 

Evans confirmed Thursday evening that the Oakland PD has provided security assistance to her and placed her ‘in an undisclosed location.’ 

Stacy faces two felony charges from the incident of aggravated battery and criminal mischief, according to an affidavit. If convicted, he could face up to 15 years in prison on aggravated battery and up to five on criminal mischief.   

Evans, 32, has now filed for a restraining order against Stacy, a former fifth round pick who played in eight games for the Jets in 2015.

The order claims that Stacy has been abusing her since she was pregnant with her son, with the attacks escalating and no signs of stopping.

Evans wrote: ‘He will not stop. He will kill me and he will feel justified in his actions.’ 

Evans even asked the president and vice president for help on Thursday

Evans even asked the president and vice president for help on Thursday

She also revealed that Stacy was ‘voluntarily hospitalized for mental illness’ for a month in March of 2021 and is taking medication for his afflictions.

Speaking to DailyMail.com Thursday, Evans did not think that his football career was responsible for his mental issues but that they may have exacerbated them. 

Prior to that, Stacy spent two years with the St. Louis Rams. He last played in the now-defunct Alliance of American Football in 2019 with the Memphis Express. That was when Stacy met Evans, who was a wellness coordinator for the team.  

The incident has forced both a prominent college bowl game and the National Down Syndrome Society to sever ties with the ex-running back. 

Evans can be heard begging for Stacy to stop in the disturbing video.

Before his arrest on Friday, Evans claimed on social media Wednesday that Stacy is still on the loose in the Nashville area and that officers in the town of Oakland, where she lives, took four days to issue a warrant.

‘The Oakland PD officers that came to my house didn’t seem to think this was a bad enough incident to make an immediate arrest or to file for an immediate warrant. It took four days of me calling people and an Orange County officer speaking on my behalf,’ she wrote.

In a statement Thursday, Oakland police said that they arrived at the scene by 2:30pm but that Stacy had fled the scene. Officers searched for him while the case was forwarded to an investigations unit in an attempt to establish probable cause for a warrant. 

Local and county police attempted to apprehend him but they found he had fled the state. They are urging him to turn himself in and face criminal charges.   

Home surveillance footage shows Zac Stacy, 30, attacking the mother of his child in front of their five-month-old son on Saturday

Home surveillance footage shows Zac Stacy, 30, attacking the mother of his child in front of their five-month-old son on Saturday

She can be heard begging for Stacy to stop in the disturbing video.

She can be heard begging for Stacy to stop in the disturbing video.

The incident began when the former football player visited his son at his ex's house at around 2pm on Saturday. But once there, he flew into a jealous rage and attacked his ex, punching her multiple times in the head before dragging her from the couch and throwing her into the TV, which then fell on her

The incident began when the former football player visited his son at his ex’s house at around 2pm on Saturday. But once there, he flew into a jealous rage and attacked his ex, punching her multiple times in the head before dragging her from the couch and throwing her into the TV, which then fell on her

According to a restraining order filed by Evans, the pair met in January 2019 as they worked together in Memphis. They didn’t become romantic until later in the year. 

Evans said that at the beginning he was funny, relaxed and they had a lot in common.  

Things started to go downhill after they had some difficulties in December 2019, when Evans miscarried.  

‘We decided to take some time apart then got back together.’ 

Evans became pregnant in 2021 and Stacy moved to Florida in April, where he was managing a gym. She said that things have ‘been a roller coaster’ since then.   

The incident began when the former football player visited his son at Evans’ house at around 2pm on Saturday. The two had been living apart since August. 

But once there, he began addressing her over an incident that took place in September 2020 when she and a financial advisor of Stacy’s met with him out of concern for his mental health issues. 

Evans claimed in the restraining order that he flew into a jealous rage and attacked his ex, punching Evans multiple times in the head before dragging her from the couch and throwing her into the TV, which then fell on her. 

‘He punched me several times in the head! I begged him to stop because the baby was on the couch just a few feet from where he punched me,’ Evans wrote in her restraining order application. 

She added: ‘He then picked me up and threw me into my TV. The TV began to fall and he turned to make sure I wasn’t getting up. 

‘As I laid on the floor he began to yell at me, telling me I’m destructive. He then picked me up off the floor and off my feet and body slammed me into our son’s bouncy seat.

‘I fear for my life and my children’s lives,’ Evans – who has a 12-year-old daughter from a previous relationship – wrote in the application.

The victim says that after the attack, Stacy said ‘I love you’ to the baby boy and left before she called 911.  

Evans then took herself to hospital where she was treated for a possible head wound and bruising. She said that she couldn’t walk without limping. 

The victim previously filed a police report in October when Stacy allegedly slapped her while she was holding the baby for claiming that she’d found out his apartment number at the place he’d moved into after they stopped living together.

She added that he assaulted her several times on August 15 because he wanted money back that he had given Evans for rent.  



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