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Audrina's Court Victory: 'The Hills' Star's Restraining Order Against Ex Extended For 2 Weeks

Audrina Patridge & Ex Corey Bohan At Court Over Custody Battle
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Jul. 31 2019, Updated 6:32 p.m. ET

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Legal victory!

Audrina Patridge's restraining order against her ex Corey Bohan was extended for two weeks, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal, after the two battled it out in court Monday, July 29.

A Los Angeles judge granted an extension to the temporary restraining order the The Hills star had requested.

According to court documents exclusively obtained by Radar, a new hearing date for the “permanent” restraining order will take place on August 12, 2019.

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In the state of California, that could keep her ex husband Corey Bohan away from the reality star for five years.

Radar readers know, the legal proceedings quickly turned nasty on Monday as they faced off in court over her restraining order request and abuse allegations

The stars arrived at Orange County Superior Court around 8:45 a.m. for a hearing on Patridge's domestic violence claim, which was behind closed doors.

The onlooker claimed Patridge, 34, sat in the audience, while Bohan, 37, sat in a seat across from her.

After the protective order was granted, an eyewitness told Radar “Corey stared Audrina down, took the paperwork, and walked out of the courtroom. He looked very intense and angry.”

As Radar previously reported, Patridge won a temporary restraining order against Bohan for their 3-year-old daughter, Kirra. The documents ordered the BMX rider to stay 100 yards away from both Patridge and their toddler.

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Patridge's lawyer, Elizabeth Nigro, confirmed to Radar that the star’s petition for the restraining order extension was granted.

Then, she slammed an alleged leak in the case.

“This is all sealed information, and we are going to get to the bottom of who is leaking this,” said the lawyer. “Parties can be sanctioned and lawyers can be sanctioned … and it seems like the dad is leaking it. He is violating confidentiality orders, which will be addressed at a later time. This is a very sensitive issue and this has to stop.”

The documents, which have mostly been sealed, claim allegations of abuse against Bohan from May 2019 to present.

The extension of the TRO comes just weeks after the couple were embroiled in yet another battle after Bohan allegedly missed a designated hand-off for their daughter on July 4.

After missing the drop-off time, a frantic Patridge sent several calls and texts trying to track down the two.

Eventually, cops found Bohan and Kirra together at his home. It turned out Bohan screwed up on the holiday handover – the two are supposed to alternate Independence Days. Bohan claimed to authorities he didn’t realize that Patridge was meant to have Kirra for the holiday on odd years and thought it was his day to celebrate with her.

Patridge filed for divorce from Bohan in September 2017 after 10 months of marriage.

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