NASCAR Driver Tells Judge His Ex-Girlfriend Is an Assassin

Patricia Driscoll is seeking a protection order against ex-boyfriend, Kurt Busch, claiming he assaulted her.
2:02 | 01/14/15

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Transcript for NASCAR Driver Tells Judge His Ex-Girlfriend Is an Assassin
Boy, so scary and so senseless. We'll turn to that bizarre twist in the case of Kurt Busch and his ex-girlfriend. Busch was in court Tuesday calling his ex a trained assassin carrying out migs all around the world. Gio Benitez has the story. Reporter: He said his Ek would kill people with gun, knives and poison and showed up once wearing a trench coat overan evening dress soaked in blood. And the outlaw wins the battle at martinsville. Reporter: A NASCAR champion mes a natural born killer? That's part of the bizarre testimony emerging this morning from a family court battle between racing superstar Kurt Busch and his ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll. Driscoll is seeking a protection order against him claiming he assaulted her but this week Busch testified he was the one in fear claiming she is a quote trained assassin dispatched on covert missions around the world who told him many times about her alleged mercenary work. He says Driscoll even told him she and another woman were the inspiration for Jessica Chastain's character in "Zero dark thirty." The truth is you don't understand Pakistan and don't know Al Qaeda. Reporter: Driscoll is listed working for a company called front line defense systems and described on their website as having spent the majority of her career in the narcotics and intelligence world. But a paid killer? She says the allegations are ludicrous telling the associated press overnight, that Busch must have taken it from a fictional movie script she's been working on, a script she says he helped proofroad. Driscoll took the stand claiming Busch slammed her head into a wall during an argument last fall. We're hoping that the judge finds in favor of miss Driscoll. Reporter: On Tuesday Busch and his attorneys once again denying the allegations which are also the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation. I'm just glad that the truth got told and that we'll wait on the commissioner's decision. Reporter: A decision on the protection order is expected by the end of the month.

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