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Ja sagt mal, in welche Räuberpistole ist denn Kurti Busch da reingeraten?

Sene Ex-Freundin wirft ihm häusliche Gewalt vor, er bestreitet das und kommt im Gegenzug mit Aussagen, dass sie öfters auch vor mehreren Leuten geprahlt habe sie sei eine Profikillerin und das auch jetzt offenbar nicht bestreiten kann...

Jayski hat Folgendes zusammengesucht:

Delaware News Journal (2015-01-12):
NASCAR's Kurt Busch denied allegations of domestic assault during a court hearing Monday, saying that all he did was cup his hands around his ex-girlfriend's face and tell her to leave.

The denials came as he and his defense attorney, Rusty Hardin, re-enacted the events of Sept. 26. It was that night that Busch's ex-girlfriend, Patricia Driscoll, alleged the driver slammed her head three times against the bedroom wall of Busch's motor home that was parked at Dover Downs International Speedway. Monday was the third day of a hearing related to a protection order filed by Driscoll last year.


Hardin spent most of Monday disputing Driscoll's allegations and calling her credibility into question. He has said that Driscoll is a jilted ex-lover who is out to destroy Busch's reputation. Hardin has argued that Driscoll showed up uninvited and refused to leave the night of the alleged assault.


Several people testified during the hearing, including Busch, that Driscoll claimed she was a trained assassin who had killed people, including drug lords. While on the stand, Busch said Driscoll claimed that Jessica Chastain's character in the movie 'Zero Dark Thirty' was partly based on her and other females working in counterintelligence and defense.

When Hardin asked how he'd fare in a physical confrontation, Busch said he knew she could overpower him. "I knew she could take me down at any moment," Busch said.

Earlier on Monday, proceedings began with one of NASCAR's chaplains, Nick Terry.

Terry testified that Driscoll told him Busch had grabbed her by the neck and pushed her up against the wall, but that was it. He said that Driscoll asked he and his wife to look for marks or redness on her neck, but they found none.


Busch's assistant, Kristy Cloutier, also testified on Monday, saying that she had doubts about Driscoll's claims. Busch would never harm another person intentionally, she said.


Delaware News Journal:
The NASCAR driver known as "The Outlaw" testified Tuesday he believes his ex-girlfriend is a trained assassin dispatched on covert missions around the world who once returned home in a blood-splattered gown.

Kurt Busch, appearing in court again over Patricia Driscoll's request for a no-contact order, continued the push of his legal team to discredit his ex as a scorned woman out to destroy his career, portraying her as a character fit for a screenplay. Busch said Driscoll repeatedly asserted her assassin status and claimed the work took her on missions across Central and South America and Africa.


She once left in camouflage only to return wearing a trench coat over a blood-flecked evening gown, he said.


The testimony came a day after the driver said his ex-girlfriend told him she was a mercenary who killed people for a living and that she showed him pictures of bodies with gunshot wounds.

During the hearing, which stretched over four days, neither Driscoll nor her attorney refuted testimony about her telling people she was a trained assassin.Busch told reporters outside the courtroom: "I'm just glad that the truth got told and we will wait for the commissioner's decision." That decision is expected in a couple of weeks.


Busch testified Monday that he decided to end his relationship last fall because she was monopolizing his schedule and he needed to focus on racing.


Und wenn man die Wikipedia-Seite über Patricia Driscoll mit Stand vom Juli ( anguckt, erscheint das zumindest nicht so ganz absurd zu sein bei ihrer Beschäftigung in der Verteidigungs-/Sicherheitsindustrie. Seit September gab's dann relativ viele Änderungen an der Seite... zwinker

Ziemlich wunderliche Sache das alles.

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