Transcript for NASCAR Driver Says Girlfriend Was a Trained Assassin
We turn now to the NASCAR driver who is claiming this evening his ex-girlfriend is a trained assassin. The question, will the court buy it? ABC's gio Benitez with the tape. Reporter: Tonight, as NASCAR superstar Kurt Busch fights allegations of domestic assault, he's weighing war on his ex-girlfriend, with jaw-dropping claims. That 37-year-old Patricia Driscoll is a killer. In court Tuesday, Busch alleged Driscoll was a trained assassin, dispatched on covert missions around the world. Killing with guns, knives, poison. That she showed him a photo she took of one of her victims. Driscoll owns a defense contracting company, frontline defense systems. Her work featured in this video now entered into evidence. I am one of the few women who own and run a defense company. There's a lot of sensitive things I work on. Most of them you're never going to see. Reporter: It's a teaser reel for a reality show that never aired. My dad taught me how to shoot when I was 5, growing up in west Texas. I really don't care if people hate me for who I am and what I do. Because I'm not going to change it. Telling them to attack the homeland. Reporter: Busch says Driscoll claimed she and another woman were the inspiration for Jessica Chastain's character in "Zero dark 30." Driscoll's own allegations are serious. Saying Busch repeatedly slammed her head against a bedroom wall in September. Certainly it's our position that the abuse occurred. Reporter: Driscoll calls the assassin allegations ludicrous, telling the associated press he took the storyline from a movie script she's been working on. And Busch denies the assault allegations against him, but stands by his allegations of Driscoll's life as an assassin. No assault charges have been filed. Authorities are still investigate investigating. This is complicated, David. Gio, thank you. And this just in. Those two American climber
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