Audrina Patridge has asked a court to stop her estranged husband Corey Bohan from seeing their daughter Kirra, 22 months.
Audrina Patridge has claimed her estranged husband is ''stalking'' her.
The former 'Hills' star - who split from Corey Bohan last September after just 10 months of marriage - filed court documents on Wednesday (07.03.18) seeking a restraining order against the BMX rider and asking that his visitation rights to their daughter Kirra, 22 months, be stopped.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Audrina accused Corey of ''stalking'' her on social media and being ''angry, rude and emotionally abusive'' to Kirra.
The swimwear designer specifically discussed an alleged incident on Monday (05.03.18), in which she claims she was threatened by her estranged husband.
She stated in the documents: ''I am more afraid of him now than ever, and fear for the safety of our daughter Kirra when she is in his care.''
However, Corey has filed a response to the claims, insisting there has been ''no domestic violence to justify'' a restraining order being put in place and their child is not in danger.
He also dismissed the allegation of stalking.
He stated in his documents: ''She has blocked me from viewing her accounts and I have blocked her from viewing my accounts.''
The 36-year-old sportsman claimed Audrina's filing was a way of ''purposely sabotaging'' his time with Kirra and asked the court to deny her request.
When the 32-year-old star filed for divorce last September, she was granted a temporary restraining and child abduction prevention order against Corey.
She had the order renewed last month.
Her attorney said at the time: ''The DVTRO (domestic violence temporary retraining order) was renewed and Corey is going to participate in therapeutic visitation for 12 weeks.
''I would not call the visits 'supervised,' just some of his visits will involve a psychologist. Kind of a 'wait and see' situation. Audrina wants to be sure she and Kirra are safe, but there is work to be done.''
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