Audrina Patridge Divorces Corey Bohan After Less Than a Year of Marriage
The Hills star Audrina Patridge has filed for divorce from husband Corey Bohan. The couple got married in Hawaii in November 2016, meaning that their marriage only lasted about 10 months.
TMZ reports that the 32-year-old submitted the papers to legally split from the 35-year-old yesterday. The divorce allegedly has something to do with domestic violence because, according to court documents obtained by the site, Audrina also filed for and was granted a temporary restraining order against him on Monday, September 18.
The couple has one child together, a daughter named Kirra Max Bohan, who was born on June 24, 2016.
“Audrina’s number one concern is for her daughter and she asks for privacy at this time,” the former reality television star’s rep told People magazine.
The MTV girl gushed about her baby to the mag shortly after she was born.
“Every day I look at her and I can’t believe she’s mine. She’s like a little angel. It’s the best thing ever. She’s a really, really good baby. We’re lucky. I’ve spent every minute with her; I’m always with her. I think that helps a lot.”
Corey and Audrina had a bit of a rocky relationship since they first started dating waaay back in 2008. The pair broke up a few times before getting engaged in November 2015.
She recalled the proposal by saying, “Corey dropped to his knee and said, ‘We have been together for many years now and I love you more than anything. I want to spend the rest of my life with you — will you marry me?. I was in shock and kind of didn’t even hear him, but I said yes!”
These male celebrities were accused of domestic violence, but still have fans:
While Breezy's most well-known incident of violence against a woman happened on the night of the 2009 Grammy Awards when he beat up his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, that is hardly the only example.
Chris was charged with battery after photos surfaced of the "Needed Me" singer's face badly bruised and he even issued a public apology. However, his violence didn't end there. In June 2013, a club goer accused the rapper of shoving her to the ground. In September 2015, another woman claimed he physically pushed her off of his tour bus for refusing to give up her cell phone. In January 2016, yet again a female said he assaulted her, this time a punch in the face for trying to take a photo with him. His violent act towards a woman in August 2016, however, is the one that became a media frenzy.
Apparently, the 27-year-old threatened a woman inside of his home with a gun during a standoff with the Los Angeles Police Department. In a statement about that particular incident, Chris said, "My character's been defaced and who I am as a person and my integrity." (P.S. his 'integrity' has already been called into question because of his history of violence).
What's even more disturbing is that despite all of these violent allegations, he's won several Grammys, BET Awards and Billboard Music Awards, continues to be invited to award shows and Hollywood parties, and collaborates with other hit makers. Maybe the REAL issue is that people keep buying his tracks and financially supporting the charged assaulter, despite his cruel tendencies.
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