Audrina Patridge's BMX riding ex broke his silence on the allegations he sexually abused their daughter, claiming they are "false" and "sickening."
Corey Bohan spoke out for the first time since the DA opened an investigation into the allegations brought forward by "The Hills" star.
"While it is not in my nature to do sit down interviews or to twist the truth per the press, I absolutely refuse to sit silently while having my character assassinated by way of these wholly false and vile claims against me," he began.
Saying his life is kept out of the public view, unlike his ex, for a reason, he continues, "I live one life based in sincerity, respect and the utmost love for my daughter. I trust that the truth will see the light very soon."
Adding, "Enough IS enough!"
Bohan claims he's speaking out for all the innocent fathers who are getting dragged through the mud by false allegations brought against them.
"For all the innocent Fathers out there being horrendously accused with false and sickening accusations do not give up," he wrote.
"The truth will always surface. Fight the good fight," Bohan added.
Audrina Patridge and her ex faced off in court earlier this week during a hearing regarding custody of their daughter, Kirra.
The hearing was ultimately continued pending the DA's investigation into the allegations against Bohan.
As The Blast first reported, Bohan filed a deposition in opposition of Patridge's request for a temporary restraining order against him. In it, he claimed the reality television star made up child sexual abuse allegations against him in part so she could exploit their daughter having her appear on "The Hills."
Bohan said that in her declaration, Patridge claims that their daughter was examined by a doctor and showed signs of alleged abuse.
Patridge was granted a temporary restraining order against Bohan last month.
He was ordered to stay away 100 yards from Patridge and their kid, including avoiding coming near their home, Kirra's school, and other locations.
Bohan was also denied visitation until the investigation is complete.