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Violence Against Women Update

Posted on | November 21, 2021 | Comments Off on Violence Against Women Update

Kristin Evans and baby daddy Zac Stacy

As a running back for Vanderbilt University, Zac Stacy ran for more than 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns. In 2013, he was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams, and ran for nearly 1,000 yards his rookie season, but his NFL career only lasted three seasons. He was traded to the New York Jets and retired from the league in 2017 after suffering a devastating ankle injury. He later attempted a comeback in Canada, and then in 2019 played briefly in the short-lived Alliance of American Football.

Zac Stacy achieved a new level of fame — or rather, infamy — this week when his ex-girlfriend Kristen Evans released home surveillance video of him savagely beating her in front of their infant son:


“This was just the last straw I would say. I really truly feel that if it continues that he would kill me,” said Evans.
Evans released the horrifying attack caught on her home surveillance footage on social media. The video allegedly shows Stacy hitting her twice, making her fall to the couch. He then grabs her and throws her across the room into a television, which falls on top of her.
Evans could be heard pleading for him to stop multiple times.
Stacy’s arrest warrant then said he walked back to the couch, grabbed an object, stood over the top of Evans, and threw it at her. He picked her up off the floor and threw her into a baby walker. . . .
Evans met Stacy in January of 2019 while she was 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 a miscarriage. She added that Stacy became more physically abusive to her after the birth of their son.
“He feels justified in his actions. There’s nothing that anyone could do to justify something like that,” said Evans.
She told FOX 35 that she has filed reports against Stacy in the past. She said she felt she had to go public with this one so that her case wouldn’t get overlooked again.
“The state would’ve gotten to it whenever they got to it and maybe I wouldn’t sleep for a month or two or he could get away with a completely,” said Evans.

After fleeing to Nashville, Stacy returned to Orlando after the video went viral and turned himself into police on Thursday.

Expect feminists to ignore this story, for some reason . . .



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