NASCAR’S Kurt Busch says ex-girlfriend is an international assassin

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DOVER, Delaware – In a world of fast cars, fast fists, and fast beautiful women comes the high-octane tale of “The Outlaw and the Assassin”.

NASCAR driver Kurt “The Outlaw” Busch, and his attorney Rusty Hardin of Houston, say Busch’s former girlfriend Patricia Driscoll is a trained international assassin.

That curious accusation came during a hearing in Delaware on a protective order filed in November by Driscoll after she says Busch slammed her head into the wall of his motorhome at Dover International Speedway.

Busch and Hardin say it ain’t so.

In fact, Busch says Driscoll is really a trained international assassin who left one night in El Paso wearing camouflage. He says when she came back, she had on a trench coat and a bloody evening gown.

Neither Driscoll nor her attorney denied the claim during the hearing.

Both sides have two weeks to submit final arguments before the family court commissioner issues a ruling.

A story that gives a whole new meaning to the term “killer girlfriend.”

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