Cassie, Colton’s Texts Revealed as Restraining Order Granted

Cassie Randolph has been granted a restraining order in opposition to ex-boyfriend Colton Underwood after she initially filed paperwork on Friday, September 11, claiming that she’s been harassed since their breakup.

Court paperwork obtained by Us Weekly on Monday, September 14, state that the 28-year-old former Bachelor should keep a minimum of 100 yards away from the 25-year-old California native, her residence, her automobile and office always. Underwood can also be to not have any “contact, both straight or not directly, in any means” together with his ex. The order is in place till October 6, when the pair are anticipated to seem at a courtroom listening to.

Randolph’s request alleges that since she and Underwood break up in April, he has been “stalking and harassing” her and has “despatched her unsettling textual content messages, repeatedly referred to as her, and positioned a monitoring system on her car.” The couple, who started relationship after season 23 of The Bachelor, went public with their breakup in May.

Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood on the People’s Choice Awards in L.A. on November 10, 2019. Matt Baron/Shutterstock

According to the paperwork, the previous soccer participant has been seen outdoors of his ex’s household residence in Huntington Beach, California, quite a few instances since their breakup. One evening, he was noticed by Randolph’s brother and associates within the alley outdoors of her bed room window at 2 a.m. Underwood additionally “watches Ms. Randolph’s residence in Los Angeles,” and allegedly informed associates that “he goes on a number of walks a day to Ms. Randolph’s residence constructing.”

Along with revealing that the speech pathology pupil started to really feel “fearful for her security,” the paperwork show textual content messages despatched between her and Underwood “in any respect hours of the day.” In a sequence of messages despatched in June, the Bachelorette alum claimed his ex was “a egocentric one that isn’t able to be liked” and was “shady.” He later apologized, telling Randolph he was “misplaced.”

“It’s loopy to assume we was ready of affection,” Underwood wrote to Randolph on the time. “I ask myself on a regular basis how somebody who I liked and liked me might do the issues they do and say the issues they do.”

Underwood additionally “repeatedly” despatched prolonged messages to Randolph’s closest associates and allegedly used “alias cellphone numbers” to maintain tabs on his ex anonymously.

“I’ve one million questions and all of them I don’t know if I need the solutions to,” he pleaded with Randolph in July. “My coronary heart hurts loads proper now and I miss my finest pal, my lover and the one individual I by no means anticipated to lose. I’ve grown a lot with you up to now and had a listing of issues I used to be wanting ahead to speaking to you about over dinner tomorrow. Anyways, I solely need one of the best for you and all of those emotions Are coming from a spot of affection.”

In response, Randolph mentioned she would all the time “actually care” about Underwood and hoped that they may attain a degree of “being cool with one another.”

Before Randolph sought a restraining order, the exes had been working collectively on a actuality TV challenge “about their lives post-breakup.” In regards to Randolph’s claims, a rep for Underwood beforehand informed Us, “As it is a authorized matter, we can not present any remark at the moment.”

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