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Former NFL player Zac Stacy was released from Orange County Jail around 1:30 pm today on $10,150 bond which was $10,000 for his aggravated battery charge and $150 for criminal mischief. This was for throwing his ex, Kristin Evans, around on camera and punching her like a ragdoll. She’s now commented on his release saying she fears for her safety and how disappointing it is that even surveillance footage wasn’t enough to do anything about him.

We certainly are praying for her safety and the justice system might want to rethink their decision on this one, especially not tracking Stacy’s whereabouts.

In other Zac Stacy news, he was just removed as Youth Ambassador for the Music City Bowl. A statement was released stating “Based on the video and domestic violence report regarding Zac Stacy, the TransPerfect Music City Bowl has terminated the relationship with Zac Stacy effective immediately.” The Music City Bowl has played annually at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, although the first in 1998 was at Vanderbilt Stadium. This removal is completely understandable and if he wants to be any type of Youth Ambassador anytime soon, he’s going to need to undergo some type of therapy, anger management, etc. The same goes for continuing in his career.