Also accused of being a 'trained assassin' the woman indicted on 7 charges, including fraud, turned herself in for her first court appearance.
The ex-girlfriend of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, Patricia Driscoll, has officially shown up for her first court appearance in a massive case of charity abuse, theft, and according to ESPN she's also accused of forgery in order to continue the "scheme".
Known for her 12-year tenure with the Armed Forces Foundation, she resigned as president in 2015 amid the beginning of an investigation into possible embezzlement.
Just one year prior, Driscoll and Busch had ended their relationship on a sour note that had some odd revelations.
Driscoll accused and filed charges against Busch for physically smashing her head into a motorhome wall multiple times. Busch also charged Driscoll with claims during his testimony that she was a "trained assassin" who travelled worldwide hunting down drug lords.
He also claimed that he was with her one evening in which he believed she had "made a kill". He recalled a time when she departed from him in camo gear, but later returned in an evening gown and trench coat - covered in blood.
While her position as a trained assassin has not been substantiated by any intelligence agency, and is not on trial here, she did make a plea with the judge regarding the 7 federal charges, and one District of Columbia charge against her.
Driscoll entered a plea of not guilty amid the multiple investigations that brought the charges against her and has been assigned an additional pending court date on October 5th.