Zac Stewart assaults girlfriend and friends during drunken bar debacle

Zac Stewart assaults girlfriend and friends during drunken bar debacle

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27-year-old Zac Stewart was drinking at Neighbors Bar on October 8 when his girlfriend, Evie Clauss, told him that she planned to go back to her home with her friends. Stewart reportedly became angry and grabbed her thumb, bruising it. When the officer observed the victim’s thumb, they noticed that it appeared red and swollen, and had a scratch on the side of it. She also claims that she was unable to move it properly. When his girlfriend insisted on going home with her friends, Stewart tackled another person from the friend group, Chandler May, causing a visible bruise on the victim’s shoulder.

An unnamed friend of all parties stepped in at this point to ensure that Stewart would not fight anyone else and kept him away from the group. After eventually getting away from that friend, Stewart punched another of his girlfriend’s friends, Morgan Brooks. At that point, Clauss and her friends got an Uber home and left Stewart at the bar. When Stewart showed up at the residence with the friend, trying to keep the peace, the victim stated they didn’t want him there, so the friend attempted to escort him out. At that point, he began fighting back against the unnamed friend. The police were called, and Stewart was transferred for medical treatment before being transported to booking.

Zac Stewart (MNPD)
Zac Stewart (MNPD)

Zac Stewart of Simpkins Street in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on October 8th, charged with domestic assault and three counts of assault. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $4,000.

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