Former NFL running back Zac Stacy is set to serve six months of jail time and one-year probation after an Orange County judge ruled against him. Stacy pled guilty to two counts of misdemeanor and criminal mischief earlier this month. But his three counts of domestic violence battery were dropped as part of his plea agreement.
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This comes after Stacy attacked his ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans, who is also the mother of his child, in her home in August 2021. This was one of two incidents that came months before another, which was caught on camera as Stacy was brutally beating Evans at their Florida home. Stacy was seen pushing his girlfriend all around the room while their 5-month-old son was in the room. The incident was from November 2021.
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Addressing the incident, Evans spoke about how Stacy "physically assaulted me several times because he wanted the money back he gave me for our rent" in court documents. She further added, "He punched my legs, slapped me, picked me up by my arms, and threw me into my window, which broke. I had glass in my feet that I removed myself."
Zac Stacy was drafted by the then-St. Louis Rams during the 2013 NFL Draft in the fifth round. He played for the Rams for two seasons and registered 973 yards with seven touchdowns in his rookie season on 250 attempts. However, his production significantly went down in his second year before he completed a move to the New York Jets in 2015. He just 31 games for the Jets before being out of the league.
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