Corey Bohan is calling allegations that he sexually abused his 3-year-old daughter “false” and “sickening.”
Speaking out for the first time since the district attorney reportedly opened an investigation into the claims, which Bohan says were made by his ex-wife Audrina Patridge, Bohan wrote on Instagram: “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. I don’t live a life distorted for television or entertainment purposes. 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,” he continued. “Enough is enough!”
In the caption, Bohan added, “For all the innocent Fathers out there being horrendously accused with false and sickening accusations do not give up! The truth will always surface. Fight the good fight. =h =gd.”
The “Hills: New Beginnings” star, 34, obtained a temporary restraining order against Bohan prohibiting him from coming near her or their child.
Patridges ex-husband previously claimed in court documents, In May 2019, Audrina made false claims of child sexual abuse against me to CPS. An investigation was done and the results of the investigation were that the allegations were unfounded.
Bohan, 37, further claimed that Patridge spewed false allegations in order to obtain restraining orders against him and gain an advantage in their ongoing custody battle.
Patridge hasn’t responded to Bohan’s social media post.