Congratulations are in order for Audrina Patridge!
The Hills star was awarded primary custody of her two-year-old daughter Kirra Max after a lengthy court war against troubled ex-husband Corey Bohan.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the reality star gets the little girl full-time while the pair work out other issues through a mediator.
The estranged couple continue to work out a final custody schedule as well as the amount of child support to be paid.
As readers know, former pair have been ordered to stay more than 100 yards from each other at all times "except for the brief and peaceful exchange of the parties' daughter, Kirra Max Patridge Bohan," state the docs.
Patridge, 33, split from BMX rider Bohan in September 2017 and filed a restraining order against him — and it’s been a bitter divorce and custody battle over their daughter ever since!
On Feb. 7, Patridge had filed a fourth amended request for a temporary restraining order on Bohan, which was granted by a judge.
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The motorcycle champ was ordered to stay at least 100 years away from Patridge and their daughter.
Bohan also was forced to move out of their house in Irvine, Calif., and can’t even see their Yorkie dog named Lady!
The BMX star was also ordered to pay for therapy visits for their daughter for 12 weeks, which would be paid through child support.
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