Audrina Patridge Details Abuse Claims After Obtaining Restraining Order Against Corey Bohan
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Audrina Patridge has filed for divorce from Corey Bohan following claims of domestic abuse.
The Hills alum has also been granted a temporary restraining order against her ex.
According to court documents obtained by People, Bohan has to stay 100 yards away from her and he's also been granted monitored visitation of their 1-year-old daughter, Kirra.
In the documents, Audrina claims Bohan "has become increasingly possessive, angry, agitated and jealous" over her busy work schedule.
"His aggressive behavior usually escalates whenever I am paying attention to work obligations, rather than to him," she alleged. "His harassing behavior has recently become so extreme that I physically separated from him a few weeks ago. I am fearful of Respondent s temper because he cannot control his swearing and personal attacks on me, even when in the presence of our young daughter. Futhermore, as set forth below, his aggressiveness last month became so extreme he became physically violent."
"[Corey] was being very aggressive with me, arguing, following me into every single room of the house, repeating himself, getting really close to me as his temper escalated, all because I refused to tell him which person told me that he cheated on me with another woman. I became frightened and said I would talk to him but he needed to let me take our daughter to my grandma’s house or my parents’ house so she wasn’t in the cross-fire."
"I put Kirra in her car seat and told [Corey] my father was coming over to help him. [Corey] got into his truck with his suitcase and said he was leaving."
Patridge wrote that on Aug. 22 she agreed to a dinner with Bohan at their home to try and “make things better,” but tensions quickly escalated.
""I started recording what he was was saying to me on my phone, and then he said he was waiting for me to 'grow some balls and pull the trigger and file for divorce because once I do he is ready and his documents all ready' and I'm going to be 'so f**ked,'" her declaration read.
"He then took my phone and deleted the video. I told him he was scaring me and I was going to call the police."
"He wasn't listening and kept following me, cussing, yelling at me," she continued.
"I had Kirra in my arms, trying to leave. Respondent locked the door and pushed me back with her in my arms. I begged him to please let me go and take Kirra somewhere else, I didn't want her around all this."
Audrina's rep told TMZ, "Audrina's number one priority is her daughter."
You can read the full report here.
If you or someone you know are the victim of Domestic Violence please contact Lifeline or White Ribbon.