Audrina Patridge and ex reach living agreement

October 7, 2017 GMT

Audrina Patridge and her estranged husband Corey Bohan have reached a living agreement in court.

The former ‘Hills’ star filed for divorce from the BMX professional last month and obtained a temporary restraining order against him amid allegations he was “emotionally abusive”, and he has now agreed to move out of their marital home, which is owned by Audrina.

Although the court did not find that Corey was abusive, the restraining order has been reissued with modifications.

He had been living in the house and refusing to leave but he has now agreed to move out and Audrina - who will move back in with their 14-month-old daughter Kirra - will pay him $35,000 towards relocation costs.

A source told E! News: “Audrina is focusing on her child and really just wants this to be over with. She’s happy to be back in her house and has worked hard to create a loving home there for Kirra. She likes being in Orange County because she’s surrounded and supported by her friends and family.”

Corey, 35, has denied the alleged abuse, which the star claimed in court documents.

In the paperwork, she alleged her estranged husband was at home with their daughter one evening, and when she arrived home, he started calling her names, prompting her to head upstairs with their little girl.

However, she claims Corey followed them and then started to tell her how “f***ed up” she was. When she started recording it on video, she alleged he told her to “grow some balls and pull the trigger and file for divorce”, before taking her phone and deleting the video.

And Audrina, 32, claimed she was left “shaking” by a separate incident. She alleged that Corey showed up to a beauty event - where Audrina was sat on the panel - and he demanded to know where their daughter was and she claims he told her that he was going to get her.

Audrina had been staying with her family following their split.

An insider said: “Audrina was staying with her parents in Orange County. But has been moving around staying with other family members too.”