Oakland PD chases former NFL player Zac Stacy accused of assaulting ex-girlfriend

WARNING: Some of the content of the video shown above is very graphic and may be annoying to some. A search takes place on a former NFL player who is suspected of abusing his ex-girlfriend in front of his child. Oakland Police confirm a video that went viral after being posted on social media by the alleged victim appears to show the attack that took place on Saturday. Police say the video shows Stacy hitting the victim twice in the head. You then hear her beg him to stop. The arrest affidavit says the video then shows Stacy taking the victim and throwing her into a 65-inch TV. While the victim was still on the floor, Stacy stands over her. He later picks her up and a body slaps her into a baby carrier. A baby sitting on the couch is heard crying when Stacy comes out. The victim reported the incident to police, and according to investigators, they soon learned that Stacy had left the state. Stacy stays in the race. They urge him to surrender. As for the victim, the arrest warrant says she was treated at the hospital for cuts and bruises. Michelle Sperzel is the CEO of Harbor House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, applauds the victim for immediately calling police and says videos like this are a heartbreaking reminder. “If you’re experiencing domestic violence tell someone. Don’t just live in isolation. “People want to help you get to the other side of it,” Sperzel said. “Those are two real people, and that’s their life, it’s one of those moments where it’s incredibly important for people to know that domestic violence is real, and that it happens and happens every day,” Sperzel said. Sperzel said the video appears to show a common pattern among abusers. “She seems to have regained some of her control. And even her body language right away. At first there was someone who controlled the situation. And then that person responded with violence,” Sperzel said. It can also remind us of signs that a relationship is getting sick. “The other part would be the escalation of violence itself. I. means, it went from push. And when then it went to hit, then it went to take her and throw her , ”Sperzel said. Sperzell said there are people willing to help you if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence. “It’s life. On the other hand from domestic violence. I’m proof of that, and that you’re capable of recovering from the different things that happened to you,” Sperzel said. People who are in domestic violence situations can call Harbor House’s 24-hour service at 407-886-2856. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is also available at 800-799-7233.

WARNING: Some of the content of the video shown above is very graphic and may be annoying to some.

A search takes place on a former NFL player who is suspected of abusing his ex-girlfriend in front of his child.

Oakland Police confirm a video that went viral after being posted on social media by the alleged victim appears to show the attack that took place on Saturday.

Police say the video shows Stacy hitting the victim twice in the head. You then hear her ask him to stop.

The arrest affidavit says the video then shows Stacy taking the victim and throwing her into a 65-inch TV.

While the victim was still on the floor, Stacy stands over her. He later picks her up and a body slaps her into a baby carrier. A baby sitting on the couch is heard crying when Stacy comes out.

The victim reported the incident to police, and according to investigators, they soon learned that Stacy had left the state. Stacy stays in the race. They urge him to surrender.

As for the victim, the arrest affidavit says she was treated at the hospital for cuts and bruises.

Michelle Sperzel is the CEO of Harbor House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, applauds the victim for immediately calling police and says videos like this are a heartbreaking reminder.

“If you’re experiencing domestic violence, tell someone. Don’t just live in isolation. People want to help you get to the other side of it,” Sperzel said.

“Those are two real people, and that’s their life, it’s one of those moments where it’s incredibly important for people to know that domestic violence is real, and that it happens and happens every day,” Sperzel said.

Sperzel said the video appears to show a common pattern among abusers.

“She seems to have regained some of her control. And even her body language at first was someone who controlled the situation. And then that person responded with violence,” Sperzel said.

It can also remind us of signs that a relationship is becoming unhealthy.

“The other part would be the escalation of violence itself. I mean, it was from pushing. And when it was going to hit, then it was going to take her and throw her,” Sperzel said.

Sperzell said there are people willing to help you if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence.

“There is life on the other side of domestic violence. I am proof of that, and that you are able to recover from the different things that have happened to you,” Sperzel said.

People who are in domestic violent situations can call Harbor House’s 24-hour service at 407-886-2856. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is also available at 800-799-7233.

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