Zack Stacy Video – Previous New York Jets running back Zac Stacy was terminated as an adolescent football representative hours after TMZ distributed a video that purportedly shows him mercilessly beating his ex before their kid, WKRN revealed.
The one who is tossed against a TV and struck in the vicious video imparted the realistic film to WFLA. The station isn’t recognizing her by name for protection reasons.
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As per TMZ, the lady has petitioned for a request for assurance against Stacy, yet it’s indistinct on the off chance that a controlling request was allowed. In the application, she said she was hospitalized with knocks and wounds and a potential slice to the head.
“He smacked me a few times right in the face! I implored him to stop because the child was on the lounge chair only a couple of feet from where he punched me,” the lady was cited saying. “I dread for my everyday routine and my youngsters’ experiences.”
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Hours after the fact, WESH 2 News affirmed that police in Oakland, Florida were looking for Stacy who is accepted to have escaped the state and encouraged to hand himself over.
Stacy played school football at Vanderbilt before being drafted by the Rams and playing two seasons with them. He joined the Jets in 2015, however resigned two years after the fact because of wounds. He momentarily joined the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders and played for the Alliance of American Football’s Memphis Express.
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The TransPerfect Music City Bowl, a school football bowl played in Nashville, said it eliminated Stacy as a young football diplomat for the forthcoming game.
“In light of the video and abusive behavior at the home report in regards to Zac Stacy, the TransPerfect Music City Bowl has ended the relationship with Zac Stacy taking effect right now,” the association said in a delivery.