Determined occasions name for determined measures. Audrina Patridge’s ex-husband, Corey Bohan, requested her to pay baby help after dropping his job amid the coronavirus pandemic, a supply confirms to Us Weekly.
The BMX rider, 38, claimed in courtroom paperwork obtained by TMZ that he was laid off from his job as a bartender in March “as a result of keep at house orders and [has] not but obtained any unemployment.” He reportedly stated that even when he was working, he solely made $2,000 to $3,000 a month, whereas the Hills alum, 35, “earns [a] considerably increased revenue” in extra of $36,000 a month.
Bohan alleged that Patridge ought to have the ability to afford baby help as she “additionally owns actual property, is ready to fund a retirement account and has numerous investments,” in response to the web site. He additionally stated their 3-year-old daughter, Kirra, deserves the fitting to have the identical way of life in every house.
As well as, TMZ reported that the athlete requested the Hills: New Beginnings star pay $7,500 towards his authorized charges. A courtroom listening to is ready for August.
Patridge and Bohan married in November 2016, 5 months after welcoming Kirra. The MTV persona was granted a temporary restraining order towards the grime bike professional in September 2017 and filed for divorce two days later. She was awarded primary custody of their daughter in November 2018, and their divorce was finalized the next month. On the time, the previous couple waived their rights for spousal help.
In August 2019, Patridge opened as much as Us completely about trying to maintain an amicable relationship along with her ex-husband for the sake of their baby.
“The largest wrestle with coparenting might be getting the opposite mum or dad to agree with you for one thing that your daughter needs to do, whether or not it’s going to preschool or one thing that she needs to do, however they don’t need her to do it. It’s only a energy wrestle typically,” she stated on the time, noting that she had Kirra “90 p.c of the time.”
Us broke the information in October 2019 that the fact star had moved on with actor Josh Henderson. Nonetheless, she informed Us in February that she was not “ready for anything super serious yet” and was as an alternative centered on “filming and my profession.”
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