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Kurt Busch Denies Assaulting His 'Bad Ass,' 'Bulldozer' Ex

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Kurt Busch with his girlfriend, Patricia Driscoll. (Will Schneekloth/Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015 10:45 AM

NASCAR driver Kurt Busch resumed testifying in court on Monday, saying as he did last month that he didn't assault ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll in September when she visited his motorhome – and added terms of endearment like bad ass, trained assassin and bulldozer.

According to USA Today, this round of testimony – the third such day in a hearing for a protection order filed by Driscoll – included a demonstration of what Busch said really went down that night.

With his attorney Rusty Hardin playing Driscoll, Bush re-enacted the events of Sept. 26, when she alleges he slammed her head against an interior wall of the motor home three times.

''I cupped her cheeks, I looked her in the eye, and I said 'You have to leave,''' Busch said, raising his hands to his lawyer's cheeks.

''I know that she could take me down at any moment, because she's a bad-ass," he continued, explaining that she once told him she was a trained assassin who killed people for a living via her defense contracting firm. ''I thought that was exciting."

In another part of the testimony, Busch painted Driscoll as out to destroy he career in revenge for their breakup.

"When she doesn't get her way, you don't want to stand in front of that bulldozer," he said.

He also showed the court text messages Driscoll sent him in October, after her unannounced motorhome visit, in which she expresses disappointment he hadn't reached out to her after that night.

The Associated Press reported that Nick Terry, a chaplain with Motor Racing Outreach, which ministers to NASCAR drivers, also testified as a witness to the events that transpired on the night of Sept. 26.

He said that after visiting Busch's motorhome, Driscoll visited his wife's and his motorhome, and told him Busch grabbed her by the neck and pushed her head against the wall. He said she never said Busch slammed her head into the wall. He and his wife also didn't see any marks on Driscoll that night, he testified.

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NASCAR driver Kurt Busch resumed testifying in court on Monday, saying as he did last month that he didn't assault ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll in September when she visited his motorhome – and added terms of endearment like bad ass, trained assassin and bulldozer.
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