'The Hills' Star Files for Divorce After Alleged Domestic Abuse Incident

Audrina Patridge has filed for divorce from husband Corey Bohan and is seeking a restraining order

Audrina Patridge has filed for divorce from husband Corey Bohan and is seeking a restraining order

TMZ has the latest details, reporting Audrina's divorce docs claim Corey Bohan violated her restraining order after just a day!

The reality star and the BMX dirt bike rider were married in November 2016. "He did not come home until March 26".

"I am very concerned, especially since he has our daughter's birth certificate, that he might obtained a passport for her and take her to Australia without my consent", she said.

Reports claim an act of domestic violence triggered the U.S. reality star's split from Corey Bohan, an Aussie BMX pro and dirt bike rider who she married in Hawaii on November 5, 2016. She wants the judge to shut Corey Bohan down if he asks for spousal support. "His aggressive behavior usually escalates whenever I am paying attention to work obligations, rather than to him".

She later exited the show in 2009.

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"But she's realized things had to change before it got even worse", the source added, "and she had to get her and her daughter out of the situation". He threatened suicide in July, she claims, and when she accused him of infidelity the following month, he pushed her while she was holding Kirra, then began hitting himself in the head. "She doesn't say it got physical, but he demanded to know where Kirra was and said he was going to get her. Audrina says, 'I was shaking at this point'".

For more about the nasty divorce and allegations, keep reading Radar.

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