As if Audrina Patridge hasn't already been through enough legal woes involving her ex-husband Corey Bohan, he's adding more to the plate by filing to receive financial support.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the COVID-19 global pandemic has left Bohan without work and he has yet to receive unemployment funds. As a result, he wants the MTV "The Hills: New Beginnings" star to pay up in the form of child support for Kirra, the 3-year-old daughter they share.

Bohan, who filed in Orange County Superior Court, worked as a bartender before the city put stay at home orders in effect in March in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. TMZ added that in the paperwork, he stated that he normally would bring home $2K-$3K monthly -- a figure which pales in comparison to the reported over $36K Audrina brings home each month for her work in reality TV.


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The 38-year-old, who is also a professional BMX dirt bike rider, explained in the documents that the reality star can afford to pay him because she "also owns real property, is able to fund a retirement account, and has various investments." He's not just seeking child support either, he also wants $7,500 of his legal fees to be taken care of by Audrina as well.

A hearing has been scheduled for August to address the financial matter.

Audrina and Bohan dated for seven years before getting engaged in November 2015. Less than a year later, they welcomed their first child together in June 2016 and followed up with a wedding a few months later in November. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last long. They didn't even make it to the one-year mark before Audrina filed for divorce in September 2017. Their divorce was finalized in December 2018.

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Audrina Patridge attends the Fashion Island's StyleWeekOC on Sept. 16, 2017, in Newport Beach, California. Getty Images/Tommaso Boddi