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Corey Bohan, the ex-husband of 'The Hills: New Beginnings' star Audrina Partridge has been cleared of child abuse charges.

The Orange County District Attorney's Office in California determined Corey did not physically harm their three-year-old daughter following a full investigation, which lasted months.

"The court already has access to the social services report regarding (Audrina's) allegations of abuse toward the minor child. After reviewing the CAST video and conducting an investigation, Social Services has elected to close the matter meaning that it did not believe there was enough evidence, even with the video, to make a case. Likewise, the District Attorney did not believe there was enough evidence to file charges and has rejected the case," the court docs read.

Audrina alleged that Corey had sexually abused their daughter.

"The entire domestic violence request is nothing more than a disgruntled parent seeking to eliminate the need to co-parent with the other parent and deny (Corey) of his custodial time with their child … 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," Corey lawyers wrote in response to the allegations.