After former NFL running back, Zac Stacy, was seen in a video brutally attacking his ex-girlfriend, the TransPerfect Music City Bowl has cut ties with him, terminating his youth football ambassadorial role.
Having won the 2012 Music City Bowl MVP when he played at Vandy, Stacy had been hired by the bowl earlier in 2021.
In the graphic video, Stacy is captured beating his ex-girlfriend throwing the woman into a television stand, according to TMZ Sports. Reports state that the woman recounted taking several punches to the head from the hulking 30-year old athlete.
This happened to my best friend Kristin in front of their child. Now that a federal warrant has been issued, she feels safe sharing this. #ZacStacy is on the run from Florida in Nashville, TN. Please expose this monster and help catch him pt 2 pic.twitter.com/F6pFgp2aZC
— Online Desserts Classes (@bougieeats) November 18, 2021
Police reportedly arrived within two minutes of the incident to meet Stacy nowhere to be found at the residence.
Aside from losing a relationship with TransPerfect Music City Bowl, Stacy will be facing criminal charges of aggravated battery and criminal mischief that could amount to about a 20-year prison sentence.
Stacy played 3 years in the NFL.