Corey Bohan, right, does not want his estranged wife Audrina Patridge, left, to “exploit” their daughter in “The Hills” reboot.
Audrina Patridge may be ready for the upcoming reboot of “The Hills”, but estranged husband, Corey Bohan, wants nothing to do with the series.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Bohan, 36, said he did not want the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Kirra Max, that can be seen on revival, concerned they are being “exploited.”
“I refused to think that it is ok for our 2yr old daughter Kirra Bohan will be displayed and exploited on Reality TV. Not only my child, but everyone is for that matter,” Bohan written, adding in the caption: “I Stand for what I believe. This post is not an attack or a negative rant. This is the story of our daughter Kirra Bohan.”
Bohan’s message comes a day after MTV’s official announcement of a “Hills” reunion, which is set to feature original cast members, including Patridge, 33, and fellow moms Heidi Montag, who welcomed son Gunner with husband and co-star Spencer Pratt last fall, and Whitney Port, mother of little boy Sonny, with her husband Tim Rosenman.
Patridge filed for divorce from Bohan in September 2017, after 10 months of marriage, after an alleged domestic violence incident. She and ex Ryan Cabrera have since their relationship was revived, and that was also seen during the show of the original term.
As for Patridge and former flame Brody Jenner, he is in the talks to join the cast, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Also a former “Laguna Beach” frenemies Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari, the one-time “Princess of Malibu” star was not on the red carpet Monday during the Video Music Awards, where Patridge, Montag and Pratt reunited with the original cast members Jason Wahler, Stephanie Pratt, Justin Bobby Brescia and Stephanie Pratt promoting the reboot.
“The Hills: a New Beginning” is scheduled to debut in the next year.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.