Former Jets running back Zac Stacy is wanted by cops after he allegedly savagely beat his ex-girlfriend in front of their 5 month-old son in a caught-on-camera attack.
Florida cops have issued a warrant for Stacy’s arrest — but the ex-NFL player is on the run, possibly in the Nashville, Tenn., area, according to The Daily Mail.
In the disturbing footage, the hulking 30-year-old athlete allegedly flew into a rage at Kristin Evans’ Florida home at 2 p.m. Saturday, according to footage she posted on social media. He’s shown repeatedly punching her in the head then dragging her across the living room and throwing her onto a TV.
In a restraining order, Evans claims Stacy had been abusing her since she became pregnant with his child last year, with the terrifying attacks escalating, according to the outlet.
“He will not stop. He will kill me and he will feel justified in his actions,” she wrote in the order obtained by the Daily Mail.
After the alleged beating, Stacy said “I love you” to his infant son and left before Evans called 911, she said. She later went to a hospital with bruises and a head wound.
In the restraining order, Evans also revealed that Stacy was “voluntarily hospitalized for mental illness” in March of 2021 and is taking medication for the condition, according to the outlet.
On Thursday, NFL players responded with horror — with NFL star Davante Adams calling for him to be arrested.
“ZAC STACY NEED TO BE THROWN UNDER THE JAIL,” the Green Bay Packers receiver tweeted.
Chris Long, a former teammate of Stacy’s on the St. Louis Rams, called the footage sickening. “Woke up to the Zac Stacy video. Made my stomach turn,” he wrote on Twitter.
Evans said on social media that Stacy had fled to the Nashville, Tenn., area after police in her hometown of Oakland, Fla., took four days to issue a warrant for his arrest.
“The Oakland PD officers that came to my house didn’t seem to think this was a bad enough incident to make an immediate arrest or to file for an immediate warrant. It took four days of me calling people and an Orange County officer speaking on my behalf,” she wrote on Facebook.
In the home surveillance video, Evans can be heard begging Stacy to stop hurting her as she falls to the floor.
“He punched me several times in the head! I begged him to stop because the baby was on the couch just a few feet from where he punched me,” Evans wrote in the restraining order.
“As I laid on the floor he began to yell at me, telling me I’m destructive. He then picked me up off the floor and off my feet and body slammed me into our son’s bouncy seat,” she added. “I fear for my life and my children’s lives.”
Evans said she previously filed a police report in October when Stacy allegedly slapped her while she was holding their son.
Stacy, a former fifth-round NFL pick, played in eight games for the Jets in 2015. Before that, he was a St. Louis Ram for two years.