Audrina Patridge’s ex-husband Corey Bohan must attend weekly therapy sessions if he wants to continue seeing his daughter. And he must pay for them himself, according to the newly amended restraining order exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
The new requirement is the latest slam by Patridge against her ex, whom she claimed violently attacked and pushed her while she was carrying their one-year-old daughter Kirra Max.
After escaping the house of horrors last September, Patridge, 32, slapped Bohan, 35, with the hardcore restraining order, which demands he stay at least 100 yards away from her and their daughter at all times. He was also forced to move out of their house, and can’t even see their Yorkie, Lady.
Visits with his daughter will now be supervised therapy sessions. One a week for the next 12 weeks.
“Corey Bohan shall be solely responsible for the costs of therapeutic visits,” the new order states. “The cost of this therapeutic visits is a form of child support, and subject to all enforcement remedies available for the nonpayment of child support.”
Aside from the weekly therapy session, Bohan can only see his daughter on Sunday and Monday afternoons.
The tight restrictions stem from accusations that Bohan became jealous and violent during an argument the couple had last August.
“He pushed me back with her in my arms,” Patridge said, he then started “punching and hitting himself on the head and punched a hole in our bedroom door.”
After pushing her, Bohan allegedly ran downstairs, grabbed a metal canister and threatened to “bash his head in.”
The restraining order will remain in effect until the former couple’s next hearing, May 30.
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