Zac Stacy Bond Not Increased Despite Victim's Emotional Testimony

7:45 AM PT — Stacy’s bond was not increased Wednesday … this despite Evans emotionally arguing that it should be.

Evans — who appeared in the courtroom in a blue dress and grey sweater — explained to a judge that she believed Stacy’s bond should be raised and he should be placed on home confinement.

In her testimony, Evans said, “I am afraid for my safety and my children’s safety.”

Evans also said she’s suffering “serious and likely permanent” injuries sustained in the attack … and added that she has only been home a few times since the incident to briefly obtain items.

A judge, however, ruled Stacy’s bond would not be increased … saying his presence in the courtroom on such short notice made him comfortable with the current amount.

The judge, though, did order Stacy to stay out of the state of Florida — except for when he’s required to be there for proceedings in his criminal case.

The judge added that Stacy — who revealed in court he now has plans to live in Alabama — is still to have no contact whatsoever with Evans indefinitely.

The woman who was violently beaten by Zac Stacy is set to testify in court against the ex-NFL player on Wednesday … hoping a judge makes it harder for Stacy to be released from custody.

Kristin Evans will be in the Orange County, Fla. courtroom in just minutes … arguing that Stacy’s bond should be heavily increased.

A judge initially set the bond at $10,150 for Stacy — who was charged with two felonies over the Nov. 16 attack on Evans — but Evans argued on social media afterward that was nowhere near enough.

Evans said she feared Stacy would try to hurt her again if he was released from custody — and now wants a judge to up his bond amount at the hearing.

Stacy, meanwhile, has been ordered to be in the courtroom in person — and it’s all slated to begin at 7 AM PT.

As we previously reported, Stacy was hit with one count of aggravated battery and one count of criminal mischief after video showed him punching Evans and then throwing her into a television in Oakland, Fla. earlier this month.

Stacy wasn’t initially apprehended at the scene, but he was ultimately arrested in the Orlando area on Nov. 18.

Originally Published — 7:02 AM PT

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