Businesswoman Patricia Driscoll, who heads the national charity the Armed Forces Foundation, is in court with her former boyfriend, NASCAR Spring Cup Series drive Kurt Busch. She accused him last year of domestic assault while Busch has testified that Driscoll was “a trained assassin who undertook covert missions as a hired killer.” Driscoll says her assassin stories were for a screenplay she’d been working on.
Driscoll is a published writer. She co-authored the book, Hidden Battles on Unseen Fronts, Stories of American Soldiers with Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD, and she commissioned and contributed to the children’s book, The Healing Heroes Children’s Book, Braving the Changes When Someone You Love Is Wounded in Service. The children's book helps children learn about wounds from service (including post-traumatic stress, brain injuries, burns, amputations), express their feelings, ask questions, and explore healthy ways to cope with the changes resulting from an injury to someone they love.
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