7:45 AM PT – Stacy’s bond didn’t increase on Wednesday … even though Evans emotionally argued it should be.
Evans – who appeared in the courtroom in a blue dress and a gray sweater – explained to the judge that he believed Stacey’s bond should be increased and that he should be placed under house arrest.
Evans said in his testimony, “I’m afraid for my safety and the safety of my children.”
Evans said he suffered “serious and potentially permanent” injuries sustained in the attack … and that he had come home only a few times after the incident to obtain items in a nutshell.
The judge, however, ruled that Stacey’s bond would not be increased … on such a short notice that his presence in court made him comfortable with the current amount.
The judge, however, ordered Stacey to stay out of the state of Florida – except when he needs to be there for trial in his criminal case.
Stacey – who revealed in court that she now plans to live in Alabama – said she had no contact with Evans indefinitely.
Violently beaten woman Zac Stacey Ready to testify in court against an ex-NFL player on Wednesday … The judge is hoping it will make it harder for Stacey to be released from custody.
Christine Evans Orange County, Fla., Just minutes away. Sitting in the courtroom … Stacy argued that the bond should be increased.
A judge initially set bond at $ 10,150 for Stacy – charged with two felonies in the Nov. 16 attack on Evans – but Evans later argued on social media that it was nowhere near enough.
Evans said she feared Stacey would try to hurt her again if she was released from custody – and now a judge wants to increase her bond amount at trial.
Meanwhile, Stacey has been ordered to be in court in person – and it will start at 7 AM PT.
As we previously reported, Stacey Nailed with One count of aggravated battery and then one count of criminal mischief The video showed He punched Evans and then threw him to television in Oakland, Fla., Earlier this month.
Stacey was initially not arrested at the scene, but was eventually arrested in the Orlando area on Nov. 18.
Originally published – 7:02 AM PT