After being ‘caught on camera beating woman in her home,’ ex-NFL star Zac Stacy was released on a $10,000 bond.

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After being ‘caught on camera beating a woman in her home,’ ex-NFL star Zac Stacy was released on a $10,000 bond.

Zac Stacy, a former NFL player, was released on Saturday after being “caught on camera beating a woman in her home.”

On November 20, just two days after his arrest at Orlando International Airport, Zac Stacy, 30, was bonded out of the Orange County jail.

According to ClickOrlando, an Orange County jail spokesperson said Stacy was released around 1.30 p.m.

On Thursday night, Stacy was arrested in Florida for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend in front of their five-month-old son.

Stacy was held on a (dollar)10,150 bail and forced to surrender his passport during his first court appearance on Friday. He was also temporarily ordered to stay away from the victim.

The footballer was charged with aggravated battery and criminal mischief for an assault on his baby’s mother Kristin Evans, which was caught on home surveillance video.

Stacy was arrested after he threw Evans around like a “rag doll.” He played in the NFL from 2013 to 2015 and finished his career as a running back for the New York Jets.

Evans was “emotionally distraught” and sitting on the couch when police arrived at her home, according to the arrest warrant.

The arrest warrant, obtained by The Sun through an open records request, stated that her “shirt was torn, and she had food in her hair.”

“The perpetrator threw the victim into the television, which was knocked over and damaged, and the remote was broken on the floor,” the arrest warrant stated.

“The baby’s bouncy chair was knocked over and broken, and food was spilled all over the living room.”

This was the scene captured in a viral surveillance video shortly after the traumatic attack that shocked the country.

Evans was beaten and thrown into the TV and the baby’s bouncy chair, according to the video.

The graphic video shows the former Jets and Rams running back telling their child, “I love you,” before leaving the house and allegedly fleeing the state.

Stacy was boarding a flight from Nashville to Orlando “with the intention of turning himself in,” Oakland, Florida police said in a statement.

He was arrested at the airport and charged with felony charges of second-degree aggravated battery and third-degree criminal mischief.

Evans, Stacy’s ex-girlfriend, is still recovering from her injuries after the traumatic experience was captured on surveillance video.

She released a statement on Friday thanking other domestic abuse survivors as well as the general public for their support.

“I appreciate your help with my children…

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Zac Stacy was bonded out of the Orange County jail on SaturdayStacy was seen in the video beating Evans and tossing her into the TVEvans, left, issued a statement to thank other domestic abuse survivors and the general public for their support

Zac Stacy was bonded out of the Orange County jail on SaturdayStacy was seen in the video beating Evans and tossing her into the TVEvans, left, issued a statement to thank other domestic abuse survivors and the general public for their support

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