Patricia Pauline Driscoll was born on 14 December 1977, in El Paso, Texas, USA, and is a businesswoman perhaps best known for being the former president of the non-profit organization Armed Forces Foundation, a position she held for 12 years before resigning due to an issue revolving around misappropriation of funds. The money she’s earned while in that position largely put her net worth where it is today.
How rich is Patricia Driscoll? As of early-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $500,000, mostly acquired from her years in the Armed Forces Foundation and her current business Frontline Defense Systems, LLC. Aside from the surveillance system company, Patricia has also authored a few books which helped maintain her wealth.
Patricia Driscoll Net Worth $500,000
Driscoll was made known to the public around 2015, when the ESPN show “Outside the Lines” in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Internal Revenue Service started investigating Patricia following rumors of misappropriation of funds, supposedly intended for the charitable institution but ended up elsewhere. Investigations began after a federal whistle-blower, a former employee of the Armed Forces Foundation, testified to the questionable practices of the former president. The investigation soon uncovered that the funds for the Armed Forces Foundation were instead used to pay for legal fees for a child custody case, credit card expenses, fees for Frontline Defense Systems, and even a vacation to Paris and Morocco. “Outside the Lines” uncovered evidence of the foundation being used as a bank multiple times to cover Patricia’s personal expenses and the high volume of evidence forced Driscoll’s resignation as president of the institution.
Prior to Driscoll’s case, she also made headlines during 2014 when she accused former boyfriend NASCAR driver Kurt Busch of domestic violence. She sought court weeks after the said event had transpired, but Busch counterclaimed and said that Patricia was just a former lover seeking revenge against him for ending the relationship. Witness statements showed that Driscoll had a tendency to make outlandish claims and statements. The court decided that no criminal charges would be levelled due to a lack of evidence.
For the other things that are associated with Patricia’s life, her personal company Frontline Defense Systems was said to have worked with Homeland Security in the past. She also has a few productions under her name like “That Which I Love Destroys Me”, a documentary that details how two elite soldiers struggled with PTSD, depicting how they try to integrate back into normal society. Driscoll has also authored two books, “Hidden Battles on Unseen Fronts, Stories of American Soldiers with Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD” and “The Healing Heroes”. The first book details accounts of soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, while the other is more of a children’s book for families of wounded servicemen.
For Driscoll’s personal life, she’s still mostly involved with the ongoing case. She’s had two former spouses, Gilbert Chiquito 111 from 1995 to 1999, and Geoff Hermanstorfer from 2001 to 2011, with whom she has a son.
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