Troubling audio from 911 calls placed by Zac Stacy’s ex-girlfriend document her fear amid her repeated allegations of domestic abuse by the ex-Jets running back.
Stacy’s ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans, has been terrified of the 30-year-old ex-NFL player for the past three months, according to audio of three separate 911 calls obtained by The Post.
“My ex came to see the baby and just went crazy,” Evans told a 911 operator in the latest call.
Stacy faces felony charges of aggravated assault and criminal mischief after home surveillance video showed him throwing Evans across a room like a rag-doll.
The first 911 call and corresponding police incident report dates back to August, when the couple had an argument about rent money, around the time a messy child custody battle began.
Evans said she hid in her bedroom and placed a teary call to 911 on Aug. 16 in which she begged an operator for police to remove Stacy from the house.
“I just need him removed from the house,” Evans said. “He’s not armed, nothing like that, just needs to leave.”
When cops did kicked Stacy out, they noted he lingered around “menacingly staring” at the mother of his child.
In the second 911 call placed on Sep. 26, Evans told the operator Stacy had smacked her across the face.
Stacy had brought a baby car seat around to Evans’ home in Oakland Fla. when the pair began arguing about where he was living after she kicked him out in late August.
“He had some mail I was giving to him, he smacked me with that,” she said.
“This isn’t the first time.”
Cops arrived to find Stacy had fled and Evans was “emotionally distraught with tears in her eyes while holding her baby.”
Police noted Evans did not have any visible signs of redness or swelling, but paramedics were called to treat ringing in her ear.
Stacy filed a paternity suit three weeks before the third 911 call, alleging Evans was withholding access to their son.
According to Evans, she was “extending an olive branch” on Nov. 13 by allowing Stacy to bring over breakfast, when he flew into a rage.
Stacy allegedly picked Evans up by the throat, body slammed her and tossed her into a TV in front of their 5-month-old son.
Evans appeared dazed in the immediate aftermath and struggled to recount the violent attack to the 911 call operator.
“He threw me and hit me and looks like he busted my TV, I don’t know,” she said.
“I can’t even remember, I don’t know.
“He threw his food at my son, at our son.”
A Florida judge on Wednesday refused to increase Stacy’s bond — despite Evans’ testimony that she was “afraid to go home”.
Stacy will remain free on $10,150 bond pending trial in the case but will be barred from entering the Sunshine State, Judge Mark Blechman ordered at a court hearing.