Audrina Patridge is set to keep her stake in her Lake Havasu vacation property as well as the proceeds from the sale of her home in Orange County after splitting from Corey Bohan.
Audrina Patridge will keep her Lake Havasu property after splitting from Corey Bohan.
The 'Hills' star and her ex's divorce was finally granted this week and it has now been revealed she will keep her stake in the holiday home in Lake Havasu, Arizona as well as the proceeds from her home in Orange County, which she recently sold. Corey will keep his gold medals from The X Games as well as his house in Australia.
The Blast reports that they will be splitting the money in their bank accounts and they will keep a hold of their own household furniture and jewellery.
Audrina and Corey were granted a judgment of dissolution on December 19 in Orange County but it is not yet known what the terms of the agreement are but the pair are said to be keen to take it out of court and instead use a mediator.
Audrina currently has primary custody of her and Corey's two-year-old daughter Kirra Max but they are still working out a final custody schedule as well as the amount of child support to be paid. The former couple 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''.
Audrina and Corey faced another hiccup in their divorce proceedings after Corey filed documents to legally prevent Audrina from featuring their daughter on the upcoming reboot of MTV reality series 'The Hills'.
Corey requested that ''neither party allow the minor child to be filmed or to appear in any reality television production without the express, written consent of the other parent'' and ''any prior consent for the minor child to appear on 'The Hills' reboot to be revoked and proof of revocation to be provided''. He also requested ''a specific order restraining Audrina from allowing Kirra to appear on any reality television program including, without limitation, 'The Hills' without my prior written consent''.
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