Zac Stacy was the subject of a lot of warranted hate after his ex-girlfriend Kristin Evans posted a video of him violently beating her.
She later posted thanking everyone for the support and said that she thought his friends were hiding him but Stacy has since been caught and arrested.
Evans has now been taking questions on the matter and says that the abuse has been going on for months. She was also asked why she didn’t fight back and said that that’s not the type of human she is.
The ex-girlfriend of Zac Stacy is speaking out about the alleged abuse she faced at the hands of the former NFL running back.
On Wednesday — following the release of the viral video, which appears to show Stacy assaulting Kristin Evans — she described her fears to 9th Circuit Judge Mark Blechman in court after the Nov. 13 incident that allegedly left her with “serious and likely permanent” injuries, CNN reports.
“I was punched, slapped, literally picked up and thrown into my TV and then (he) picked me up and slammed me into my son’s bouncy seat by my throat. This is not the first time he has been violent with me. I am afraid for my safety and for my children’s safety,” Evans said in court, according to the outlet.
As Stacy remains out of jail, his attorney, Thomas Luka, told PEOPLE that the former Jets player will enter an inpatient mental health treatment program on Dec. 1 for 30 days.
He was also ordered by a judge to have no contact with Evans following his release, and not possess any weapons or firearms.
It’s good he’s out of her life and in custody now.
They do have a child together, so hopefully in the future after Stacy is punishment to the fullest extent of the law that they can have a co-parenting relationship. For now, it would be best as ordered by the court that Stacy has nothing to do with her or the child until he gets whatever mental health issues he is struggling with under control.
Flip the page for her Q&A sessions along with video and photos of the abuse.