Zac Stacy's baby mama is doubling down on calling out the cops who arrested the ex-NFL star days after he brutally beat her in front of their infant son.
Hours after the disturbing bodycam footage of his November arrest was released, Kristin Evans took to her social media and accused the Orlando police officers of telling Stacy to quit flapping his jaws about the incident.
"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," she wrote. "@orlandopolice Why did the officer stop him from talking?"
As Radar reported, in the video, one of the arresting cops is seen chumming it up with a handcuffed Stacy over his football career in the NFL.
Stacy told police Kristin was "bitter," suffering "postpartum," and "set him up" when he savagely beat her in front of their months-old child. He accused her of "staging" the whole incident, claiming she wanted more money and a relationship with him.
Calling her "unstable," Stacy took no responsibility for his actions and alleged Kristin was trying to "destroy" his reputation by coming forward about the assault that was caught on camera.
"I don't know what man -- how any man could have handled that situation," he's shockingly heard saying to cops. Kristin has since denied she staged anything, stating, "I don't know how you can stage getting your ass beat."
Stacy was arrested at the Orlando airport days after putting his hands on Kristin. During the physical altercation, the former Jets running back was seen throwing Kristin around like a rag doll and brutally beating her as their crying infant son lay just feet away.
At one point, he threw her into the TV and she fell on the floor. The large flat screen fell on top of her as she covered her face and begged him to stop hurting her.
Kristin called the police but Stacy was gone when they arrived. He was later booked on charges of felony aggravated battery and felony criminal mischief, but released from jail after posting a $10,000 bond.
If convicted, Stacy faces up to 15 years in prison.