The former NASCAR Cup champion Kurt Busch has been in court for a protective order his ex-girlfriend is seeking against him. Busch is claiming his wife is a trained assassin and while in El Paso she killed someone.

The NASCAR driver known as "The Outlaw" testified in a Delaware court on Tuesday, he believes his ex-girlfriend is a trained assassin. He is claiming that she was dispatched on missions around the world who once returned home in a blood-splattered gown.

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Kurt Busch says he did not assault her in a motorhome at Dover International Speedway during the September race weekend. Driscoll says he did by grabbing her face and neck and slamming her head against the wall.

"Everybody on the outside can tell me I'm crazy, but I lived on the inside and saw it firsthand," said Busch.  While in El Paso, he said Driscoll left in camouflage gear only to return later wearing a trench coat over an evening gown covered with blood.

A day earlier, Busch said his ex-girlfriend told him she was a mercenary who killed people for a living and had shown him pictures of bodies with gunshot wounds. An assistant to the couple is backing up Busch claims against his ex.

Allegedly Driscoll, a former El Paso native had claimed that a female character in "Zero Dark Thirty," a film depicting the CIA's hunt for Osama bin Laden, was a composite of her and other women.

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The protective order hearing is over and there hasn't been a ruling. The attorneys now have two weeks to submit written closing arguments. After that the family court commissioner will issue a decision on the protective order.

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According to Driscoll's Wikipedia page, she heads a national charity, the Armed Forces Foundation, and a surveillance system company, Frontline Defense Systems, LLC., both based in Washington, D.C.