Zac Stacythe ex-girlfriend of claims the wild shots she endured at the hands of her child’s father was NOT an isolated incident … as the woman says ex-NFL RB has repeatedly beaten her.
Wife, Kristin evans, provided TMZ Sports photos of injuries she says were inflicted by former NY Jets on August 15, 2021 …
“He physically assaulted me several times because he wanted to get back the money he gave me for our rent,” the woman wrote in a request for a restraining order, filed in Florida on Monday.
She continued … “He punched me in the legs, slapped me in the face, took me by the arms, and threw me in my window, which broke. had glass on my feet that I myself took off. “
Evans says she called the cops… but downplayed the event, telling them they were involved in a verbal argument.
In fact, she says the beatings she received in August were actually worse than on Saturday – which was filmed.
The photographs of the alleged incident are incredibly disturbing … and show large bruises and cuts on the woman’s body.
And, unfortunately, there is more. Evans says she was also a victim on September 27… when Stacy slapped her in the face. The woman tells us that she wanted to press charges against the alleged incident.
The reason for going public? Evans says she fears for her safety … and doesn’t want anyone else to go through what she’s had to endure.
In the docs, she says “[Zac] has escalated the violence since May when I was pregnant. He also assaulted me a few weeks before our son was born. He won’t stop. He is going to kill me and he feels justified in his actions. “
FYI, the cops tell us they moved Evans to an undisclosed location for his safety.
After Saturday’s attack, officials accused Stacy of two crimes … aggravated assault and criminal mischief. He faces more than 15 years in prison if convicted.
Stacy was arrested Thursday night in Florida by the Orlando PD … and is currently in county jail.
The RB was a star at Vanderbilt… before being drafted by the Rams in the 5th round of the NFL Draft. He continued to play for St. Louis and the New York Jets before injuries shortened his career.