Former NFL player Zac Stacy was sentenced to 6 months in prison for brutally assaulting a child’s mother both on and off camera.

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Former NFL player Zac Stacy, 31, has been sentenced to six months in prison for severely abusing his child’s mother on and off camera.

A video was leaked in November 2021 showing the former running back throwing his ex-girlfriend and child’s mother, Kristin Evans, against a television in her home.

This came after he hit her in the head, all in front of the former couple’s 5-month-old son. But, this was not Stacy’s first time brutalizing Evans.

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According to reports, the former NFL player also assaulted the mother of his child while she was at home in August 2021. Evans asserted that the reason for their dispute in this incident was “because [Stacy] wanted the money back that he paid [her] for [their] rent.”

Evans displayed images in court of severe cuts and bruises on her arms and legs. Stacy “punched my knees, smacked me, pulled me up by my arms, and tossed me through my window, which broke,” Evans continued. She added that after the window broke during the altercation, she had to remove glass from her foot.

Evans said to WESH-TV that Stacy had been physically abusing her for months.

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“He has bullied me for so long that at one time I thought it was my fault,” she claimed. Seeing what others have commented about what I did online is upsetting and unpleasant. I took no action. No one can do anything to deserve anything like this, including myself. I did nothing to earn it. In May, the physical abuse started. I didn’t file a report. At the time, I was expecting. I wanted the father of my son to be present when I gave birth. I then forgave him.

An Orange County, Florida court decided on Monday evening (February 27) that Stacy should serve six months in jail and one year of probation.

Prior to his sentencing, Stacy pled guilty to two counts of misdemeanor criminal mischief earlier this month. As part of the plea agreement, his three charges of domestic abuse battery were also withdrawn.

He was first charged with aggravated violence and criminal mischief after turning himself in to Orlando Police in the wake of the attack in November 2021, but these charges have since been dropped.