NASCAR Star Claims Ex Is “Hired Assassin”


January 14, 2015 11:35am PST

NASCAR superstar Kurt Busch made some shocking claims in court on Tuesday, saying that his ex-girlfriend is a trained assassin.

Busch was appearing in a Delaware court over his ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll’s requests for a no-contest order, and what he had to say was shocking.

He claimed that she is secretly a trained assassin who showed him pictures of dead bodies and told him her work took her all over the globe to places like latin America and Africa.


Busch also said that a character in the film Zero Dark Thirty was based on Driscoll, and that once while in El Paso, Texas, Driscoll left in camouflage and returned in a trench coat and blood-spattered cocktail dress.

“Everybody on the outside can tell me I’m crazy, but I lived on the inside and saw it firsthand,” Busch said when his stunned attorney, Rusty Hardin, asked him why he believed Driscoll to be a professional killer.


Driscoll vehemently denies Busch’s claims, saying he probably got the idea from a screenplay she is working on.

“These statements made about being a trained assassin, hired killer, are ludicrous and without basis and are an attempt to destroy my credibility,” Driscoll said. “Not even [his attorney] Rusty Hardin believes this. I find it interesting that some of the outlandish claims come straight from a fictional movie script I’ve been working on for eight years.”


However, Busch isn’t the only person accusing Driscoll of being a super spy. Last month, a former personal assistant to the couple claimed that Driscoll told him that she was a trained assassin and that she said, ”I take down foreign governments. I own Washington.”

The former couple is also involved in another legal battle in which Driscoll accuses Busch of assaulting her in his mobile home at the Dover International Speedway just a week after their relationship ended.

Driscoll says Busch grabbed her throat and slammed her head against the wall three times, while the driver he only cradled her head and that “her head tapped the wall.”


H/T: The Blaze


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