Audrina Patridge reaches an agreement with her estranged husband Corey
Two weeks' ago, news emerged that Audrina Patridge was divorcing her husband of less than a year, Corey Bohan.
The couple have been married for ten months and share a one-year-old daughter, Kirra Max.
Now, as reported by TMZ, the reality TV star has struck a deal with her estranged spouse.
She had previously filed for a temporary restraining order against him and her parents - accusing him of shoving her while she held their daugher.
The estranged couple was in a California courthouse on Friday where they stated that they had reached an agreement and are willing to co-parent their child.
It has also been revealed that Australian athlete Mr Bohan will not be prosecuted for domestic battery.
Last month, a source close to Ms Patridge star told People: "These problems have existed their entire relationship.
"They broke up and got back together, and she really thought things would be different when they got married, but she’s realised things had to change before it got even worse, and she had to get her and her daughter out of the situation."
The couple welcomed their little girl in June 2016 before getting married in November that year. They had been together on-and-off since 2008 before the athlete proposed in November 2015.
Audrina rose to fame on the MTV series The Hills, alongside Lauren Conrad, Whitney Port, and Heidi Montag.
She later exited the show in 2009.