Entertainment TV Audrina Patridge Has a 'Nice Reset' with Daughter Kirra After Being Granted Restraining Order On Friday, it was reported that Audrina Patridge had been granted a temporary restraining order against her ex-husband Corey Bohan By Helen Murphy Published on July 20, 2019 05:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Audrina Patridge is sharing photos from her beach “staycation” with 3-year-old daughter Kirra Max, after being granted a temporary restraining order against her ex-husband and Kirra’s father Corey Bohan. The Hills star, 34, posted a collection of photos and videos from the trip to Instagram on Saturday. In the first photo, Patridge poses in a yellow bikini and a straw hat. The reality star also shared a photo of Kirra playing in the sand and videos of the little one showing off her dance moves and saying hello to the camera. “A little staycation getaway is always a nice reset,” Patridge captioned the photos. “We had the best time!” On Friday, it was reported that Patridge accused Bohan, 37, of domestic violence and had been granted a temporary restraining order against him, according to court documents obtained by The Blast. Patridge filed an emergency motion on behalf of herself and Kirra, seeking a temporary restraining order against the Australian BMX rider, The Blast reported. Bohan was ordered by a judge to stay 100 yards away from Patridge and their daughter, along with avoiding specific locations, including Patridge’s home and Kirra’s school. Patridge alleged that the most recent abuse was from “May 2019, continuing to present.” (Patridge’s rep and the law firm that represents Bohan both had no comment.) Audrina Patridge Accuses Ex-Husband Corey Bohan of Domestic Violence, Granted Restraining Order The star has requested for the custody of their child to be changed and is seeking full custody. A hearing is scheduled for later this month, when an investigator is set to come to court and testify. Audrina Patridge/Instagram Audrina Patridge/Instagram The filing came two weeks after Patridge spent the Fourth of July trying to find Kirra. Patridge called the police to conduct a welfare check on her daughter after Bohan did not show up for their scheduled custody hand-off, according to TMZ. “This is so distressing for Audrina,” a source close to her told PEOPLE at the time. “She’s very upset and she hates that they can’t have a peaceful relationship. That’s all she wants for Kirra. It’s really sad.” The former couple’s custody agreement states that Bohan must return Kirra to Patridge every Thursday morning, TMZ reported, adding that Patridge reportedly told cops that Bohan was not responding to her calls and texts. Police conducted a welfare check at the BMX rider’s house, where both Bohan and Kirra were found. Corey Bohan and Audrina Patridge. Jason Merritt/Getty This isn’t the first time Patridge has filed a temporary restraining order against Bohan. In September 2017, she filed child abduction prevention orders against Bohan, and filed for the dissolution of their marriage two days later. “She got the restraining order because she was afraid how he would retaliate when she filed for divorce,” an insider told PEOPLE at the time. Bohan denied the abuse claims in a Sept. 21, 2017, legal response. The following month, Patridge was temporarily granted full custody of their daughter. Audrina Patridge Tearfully Opens Up About the Struggles of Being a ‘Single Mom’ amid Divorce In November, a source told PEOPLE, “Audrina still has sole legal and physical custody of Kirra. The only modification of the custody orders was some additional visitation hours for Corey and the paternal grandparents during the holidays this year. Other than that, everything will stay the same in terms of custody.” Their divorce was finalized in December 2018. Kevin Winter/Getty Images In a The Hills: New Beginnings episode earlier this month, Patridge tearfully told her castmate Heidi Pratt about her painful divorce. “I just have been going through a lot on the personal side of things,” Patridge explained to Pratt, 32, while at the spa. “With court and custody, just everything at once. It’s hard.” Patridge and Bohan got engaged in November 2015. Seven months later, the couple welcomed daughter Kirra Max in June 2016 before tying the knot in Hawaii that November. If you suspect domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, or go to thehotline.org. All calls are toll-free and confidential. The hotline is available 24/7 in more than 170 languages.