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Zac Stacy's Baby Mama Kristin Evans Files For Custody Of Infant Son, Weeks After Brutal Beating

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Source: MEGA; @kris___evans/Instagram

Dec. 14 2021, Published 4:50 p.m. ET

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Zac Stacy's baby mama Kristin Evans wants custody of their months-old son after the ex-NFL star beat her in front of him.

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According to court records obtained by, Kristin filed for custody of their child on December 3, just weeks following the assault. The 30-year-old former Jets running back won't go down without a fight because he filed for custody and paternity first.

Zac Stacy's Baby Mama Slams Cops For Telling Ex-NFL Star He's 'Saying Too Much' About Brutal Beating In 'Disturbing' Arrest Video

Stacy filed his petition on October 22, less than one month before the November 13 attack, court records reveal.

As reported, a video of the incident showed the athlete brutally beating Kristin in her own home while their crying infant laid just feet away.

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Source: Orange County Corrections/MEGA
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In the stomach-turning footage, Stacy was seen throwing his baby mama around like a rag doll before slamming her into the television. She bounced off the flat screen and to the floor before the giant device nearly fell on top of her.

Kristin covered her face to protect herself from his blows and begged him to stop hurting her.

Zac Stacy's Baby Mama Kristin Evans Denies She 'Staged' Savage Beating, Angry At Cops For 'Consoling' Ex-NFL Star In Cringe-Worthy Bodycam Footage

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She called the police, but Stacy was gone when they arrived. He was arrested days later at the Orlando, Florida, airport.

But Kristin isn't happy with the arresting officers after newly-released bodycam footage showed them being chummy with the ex-football player, despite the disturbing allegations against him.

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As reported, the cringe-worthy video showed one officer getting giddy while a handcuffed Stacy talked about his former NFL career. She also accused the officers of warning him he was "saying too much" on camera about the attack.

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Calling out of Orlando Police Department, Kristin wrote on social media, "This video has so many levels of disturbing in it, but what I find the most disturbing is policing TELLING HIM HES SAYING TOO MUCH. @orlandopolice Why did the officer stop him from talking?"

In the clip, Stacy claimed Kristin "stagged" the whole thing, and she was just "bitter" because he didn't want a relationship with her.

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Calling her "unstable," Stacy told the officers she was suffering from "postpartum," and "set him up." He alleged she was out to "destroy" his reputation by coming forward with the allegations.

In his own words, "I don't know what man — how any man could have handled that situation." Kristin later responded to his accusations, stating, "I don't know how you can stage getting your ass beat."

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Stacy was booked on charges of felony aggravated battery and felony criminal mischief, but released from jail after posting a $10,000 bond.

If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison.

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Source: @kris___evans/Instagram


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