Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan are calling it quits.
The former Hills star filed for divorce from Bohan after less than a year of marriage, ET can confirm.
"Audrina’s No. 1 priority is her daughter and she asks for privacy at this time," Patridge's rep told ET in a statement.
According to court documents obtained by ET, Patridge listed the date of separation as Sept. 6, 2017, and cited irreconcilable differences. She is asking for sole legal and physical custody of their daughter, with visitation to be granted to Bohan. Patridge is also asking to terminate the court’s ability to award spousal support to either party and requests that Bohan have written permission to take Kirra to any county outside of Orange County, San Diego and Imperial.
In her premarital property agreement, Patridge listed the Irvine, California, home that both she and Bohan lived in before she asked him to move out, as well as a residence in Lake Havasu, Arizona. She also lists checking and savings accounts in her name, household furnishings and appliances, jewelry, Audrina Productions, Inc. and her swimwear business, Prey Swim, LLC.
Back in December, ET spoke with Patridge about how she and Bohan planned to avoid divorce.
“We've been through all those pitfalls, I feel like, before we got married," she said at the time. “We experienced the reality side of it, the made-up stories in the tabloids, other people trying to get in between us and the gossip and the rumors… I feel like we are so grounded now and we have each other's backs no matter what… people can't just try to come in between us and tell us lies. It's like, 'No, that's not true.'”
Patridge admitted that with a newborn, it was challenging to prioritize their marriage. Still, she insisted that they were doing their best.
“It's been hard… we haven't really been on a date just him and I since we had the baby,” Patridge revealed. "We have a calendar now… and it's really nice because I'll give Kirra a bath every night and get her ready for bed and put her to sleep and he'll cook us dinner, so there's a balance."
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