Zac Stacy's ex Kris Evans has PTSD after attack, says baby didn't sleep for 5 days
A video of ex-Jets player Zac Stacy surfaced online where he is seen assaulting ex-girlfriend Kris Evans
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On November 13, Kris Evans was assaulted in her home by ex-boyfriend Zac Stacy. In one of her recent interviews, Evans revealed going through PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and the effects of the traumatic incident on her five-month-old baby boy.
She spoke about the 'behavioral changes' she noticed in their baby, including changes in sleep patterns. Evans, who is studying to become a psychologist, strongly feels that her baby will suffer long-lasting effects from the living room attack.
Evans is of the opinion that though her baby may not remember the horrifying incident exactly but he will definitely be affected by it in someway or another. Talking about the changes she observed in him, Evans said she noticed how the baby could not fall asleep for a few days after the incident. Since she's studying psychology and has a deeper understanding of behaviors, she explained to The Sun about the development of the nervous system and how any trauma the mother goes through affects the child too in the long run.
This domestic violence took place in their living room and was shared online by Evans herself on her Instagram feed. As soon as the video was shared online, the Oakland PD rushed to her rescue. By the time they reached her house, her ex-boyfriend had already fled the scene. He hasn't been arrested yet. Don Winslow feels there's something deeply wrong with the crime justice system of the country. He tweeted his opinions to virtually support the victim.
"The fact that he is back on the street after the VIDEOTAPED beating of his girlfriend in front of their CHILD is EVERYTHING that is wrong about the criminal justice system," he tweeted, adding, "We MUST do a better job of protecting WOMEN and CHILDREN in this country."
Zac Stacy belongs in jail.— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) November 21, 2021
The fact that he is back on the street after the VIDEOTAPED beating of his girlfriend in front of their CHILD is EVERYTHING that is wrong about the criminal justice system.
We MUST do a better job of protecting WOMEN and CHILDREN in this country.
Based on the video Evan shared on her IG feed, it is clearly seen that the abuse happened in the presence of their five-month-old. The Oakland PD and netizens shared similar views that Zac threw Evans around the apartment like a rag doll. Despite begging him to stop, Zac was seen raging.
Before this abuse took place, the couple had already called it quits. Kris was at the apartment to visit their son where Zac punched her multiple times in the head. He was also seen dragging her off the couch.
Here's a campaign she started.
Stella Parton shared her two cents on this incident and feels strongly against the injustice that's happening with Kris Evans. A follower spoke about how Zac's bail is completely wrong and what Evans and their baby must be going through. "So today Zac Stacy is free and his ex girlfriend, the mother of his child is in fear for her life," she tweeted.
"Zac Stacy's bail should've been revoke. Especially after that horrific video was posted of him abusing his child's mother in front of their child. What about the risk he poses to his child's mother while being out on the streets??? The system will never care about victims," another tweeted.
So today Zac Stacy is free and his ex girlfriend, the mother of his child is in fear for her life. Also a friend of mine lost a co worker/ friend who’s ex husband murdered her ten mins. from my home last week. This young woman was 25. What happened Nashville Metro Police?— Stella Parton (@StellaParton) November 25, 2021
Zac Stacy’s bail should’ve been revoked. Especially after that horrific video was posted of him abusing his child’s mother in front of their child. What about the risk he poses to his child’s mother while being out on the streets??? This system will never care about victims.— Bella Goth (@HotCommieGal) November 22, 2021
To offer help to other victims from the same cause, Evans has also started a GoFundMe campaign and wishes to raise $50,000 to raise awareness for victims of domestic violence.