The minutes reveal the judge set a bond for Stacy several hours after he was arrested. He is facing two charges of aggravated battery and criminal mischief.
Stacy, who is still behind bars, will now be allowed out if he pay a $10,150 bond. The order says he is prohibited from contacting the victim Kristin Evans.
The no contact order states Stacy is prohibited from communicating with Evans or coming within 500 feet of her. He is barred from sending emails, texts or calling her. The order notes, "Even if the victim would like to have contact with you, you must not have any contact with the victim until the court changes this no contact order."
The judge said Stacy is not allowed to possess any weapons or firearms and has to surrender the weapons 24 hours after being let out. The ex-NFL star will also have to surrender his passport before being released from custody.
Stacy has been advised that he must reside in Tennessee and not in Florida where Evans lives.
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As RadarOnline.com first reported, earlier this week, video leaked of Stacy savagely beating the mother of his son inside her home. The horrifying clip shows the football player striking Evans in the head multiple times and proceeding to throw her into a television. The incident went down as their newborn child was sitting on the couch.
Following the incident, Evans released a statement reading. "I am grateful that Zac Stacy is currently in police custody. At present, I have filed a restraining order and plan on filing a civil complaint."
She pleaded with the NFL to take action. "I am sincerely asking the NFL and football commissioner Roger Goodell to confront the reality that players are experiencing PTSD from their time playing pro-football. In particular, as linked to repeated concussions, brain injury, and other bodily trauma, as it causes symptomatic changes to the players' character."
At the moment, Stacy is still behind bars in a Florida jail but should be out in the next couple of hours after posting bond.