Audrina Patridge's Aussie Ex Claims She Falsely Accused Him Of Abusing Daughter
The custody battle between 'The Hills' star Audrina Patridge and ex-husband Corey Bohan is getting ugly.
Following 'The Hills' star Audrina Patridge obtaining a restraining order against ex-husband Corey Bohan last week -- which forbids him from being around their three-year-old daughter, Kirra Max -- Bohan hit back with some troubling claims.
According to the 37-year-old BMX pro, Patridge falsely made child sexual abuse allegations against him so she could "exploit our daughter for her own financial gain by having her filmed and having her appear on reality television, specifically MTV's 'The Hills: New Beginnings.'"
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According to documents obtained by The Blast, Bohan claims: "In May 2019, Audrina made false claims of child sexual abuse against me to CPS. An investigation was done and the results of the investigation were that the allegations were unfounded."
According to the Brisbane-born Bohan, he has possession of all Kirra's medical records, and "no where [sic] in those records does it indicate that there was ever a concern about Kirra being sexually abused or that she has even undergone a child sexual abuse allegation."
He also alleged that throughout their court battles the reality star has "abused the judicial process by making false claims of abuse to obtain restraining orders to gain an advantage in these proceedings."
Bohan added that Patridge had been "coaching" their daughter to make false statements, of which he believed was "psychological abuse" of their Kirra.
Bohan's attorneys claimed, "Despite CPS investigations and findings, Petitioner has continued to make claims of child sexual abuse to law enforcement and has sought to limit Respondents' custodial time based thereon. This type of behaviour is not only detrimental to the child's emotional and mental well-being."
What a mess! Let's hope they sort it as amicably as possible for the sake of their little girl.