The Kurt Busch-Patricia Driscoll domestic violence allegations ended on a messy note. There wasn’t enough evidence to press criminal charges against ex-boyfriend Busch, but there was enough to assign Driscoll a protective order. Now, garbage people are using Busch’s latest NASCAR win as a reason to taunt Driscoll.
Some of the commentators covering Kurt Busch’s phenomenal driving as of late have uncomfortably tried to frame it as a Cinderella-style comeback. Mike Joy cranked that awkwardness up to 11 today, declaring Busch’s Sprint Cup Toyota Owners 400 win as going “from suspension to redemption.”
A suspension wasn't the only thing spawned by the Kurt Busch protective order ruling last week. Pit stall vandalism, regrettable tweets and even an IndyCar statement have been among the fallout from NASCAR's decision to suspend Kurt Busch indefinitely. Here's a rundown of everything you may have missed.
A Delaware court today concluded that embattled NASCAR driver Kurt Busch "more likely than not" strangled his ex-girlfriend and smashed her head against a wall last year. The driver has also been suspended indefinitely from racing.
Kurt Busch has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR, after a Delaware family court found that the driver committed "an act of domestic violence" against his ex-girlfriend.
As we all know, any judgement against Kurt Busch regarding his domestic assault allegations will invoke the iron-fisted wrath of NASCAR, who certainly doesn't want to appear as if they condone that sort of thing. Luckily for Stewart-Haas Racing fans, they have a plan for if Kurt can't race.
Perjury allegations! "Trained killers!" Sorry, kids, the roller coaster of crazy that is the Kurt Busch ex-girlfriend domestic assault protective order hearing is about to end, but thankfully, the closing arguments still delivered our regularly scheduled dose of nuts.
Remember that crazy-sounding testimony from NASCAR driver Kurt Busch's domestic assault protective order hearing that stated that ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll is a trained assassin? Busch and several others backed up that story this week in court, with Kurt referencing specific "missions" where he claimed…
Back in November, Kurt Busch's ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll accused him of smashing her head into a motorhome wall three times, and filed for a protection order. The first two days of a hearing regarding the order were held in Kent County (Del.) Family Court in December. According to ESPN, Driscoll testified that…
Police in Dover, Del., are investigating a domestic violence case involving NASCAR driver Kurt Busch. Cops said they were getting "numerous media inquiries" about the driver, and in response released the following statement:
The always-exciting adventures of Kurt Busch continued today at Talladega as his involvement in the Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 came to an early end after getting parked by NASCAR for driving away from safety personnel then refusing to stop after being so ordered.
It wasn't a good night for resident NASCAR idiot Kurt Busch at the Prelude to the Dream, an annual dirt-track charity race that costs $25 on pay-per-view. Busch, who is already suspended from this weekend's race at Pocono Raceway for threatening to beat up a Sporting News reporter last Saturday, ran into some car…
Resident NASCAR idiot Kurt Busch continued his campaign of jackassery Saturday after the Nationwide Series race at Dover today, verbally attacking a reporter who dared to ask about the probation NASCAR imposed after Busch's May 12 incident with Ryan Newman.