Zac Stacy’s Ex-Girlfriend Asked the Court to Increase His Bond

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SJ - November 26, 2021

Former NFL player Zac Stacy and his ex-girlfriend Kristin Evans were in court in Florida on Wednesday.  The reason for the hearing was an attempt by Evans to have Stacy's bond amount increased.

Stacy is currently out on $10,150 bail after he beat Evans, the mother of his infant son, on camera.  Evans told the court she was fearful of Stacy after he was released.

Her request to have his bond increased was denied.  Stacy is barred from entering the state of Florida unless it is for court hearings.

From Orlando Sentinel:

During a hearing Wednesday, Circuit Judge Mark Blechman heard from Stacy’s ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans, who asked the court to increase the bond amount and place Stacy on home confinement.

Evans said she was “afraid to go home” after Stacy was released from jail.

“I was slapped, punched — literally picked up and thrown into my TV,” Evans told the judge. “... This is not the first time he’s been violent with me. I am afraid for my safety and my children’s safety.”

Blechman denied her request to increase Stacy’s bond amount or require him to wear an ankle monitor, which the judge said is “prohibited” in the Ninth Judicial Circuit. Stacy will live in Alabama with his mother until December when he checks into a Colorado mental health treatment facility for 30 days, said Thomas Luka, Stacy’s defense attorney.

Evans is doing all she can to prevent another beating at the hands of Stacy.  She might want to invest in some other form of protection, pieces of paper rarely work.


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