Cassie Randolph has reportedly been given a temporary restraining order against Colton Underwood, who was allegedly “stalking” and “harassing” her.
Randolph, 25, filed a restraining order against the 28-year-old reality star on Friday in Los Angeles, California, taking a turn for the worse since the high-profile breakup of the former “Bachelor” stars. Underwood chose Randolph to deliver his final rose at the end of his season of “The Bachelor” in 2019. However, the pair never went ahead with the engagement and instead opted to continue dating until the end of the season. They reportedly separated in mid-April.
I! News reports that a judge has signed Randolph’s request for a temporary restraining order that will end on October 6, at which point a hearing will be held to determine if an extended order has been merged or not. The outlet reports he is ordered to live at least 100 yards from Randolph, his home and his workplace, after he alleges that he sent texts harassing her, frightening her and placing a tracking device on her car .
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The outlet reports that, since their breakup, he has been following her around Los Angeles, constantly calling and even calling her and sending text messages from a dummy phone number. She claims that Underwood eventually accepted all this behavior.
Underwood’s representatives did not comment when Fox News arrived. Randolph representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
According to e! News, the harassment allegedly began on June 27, when she was visiting her family in Huntington Beach, California. She claims that a family member saw Underwood outside her bedroom window in the street at 2am. After Underwood was confronted, he was charged with sending harassment. Text messages to him, family members and a friend of Randolph said.
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It was reportedly not the last time he would appear outside his family’s home. He reportedly confessed in front of his roommate and a friend that he would take several walks per day to Randolph’s apartment in Los Angeles. In addition to frequent text messages in which he accuses her of being “selfish” and breaking her heart, Randolph begins to notice that he was very familiar with who she was hanging out with and when, she Believed he was being watched.
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Things changed when an anonymous number started texting Randolph and his friends. Underwood also claimed to have received texts from anonymous numbers. However, after discovering his car tracking device, Randolph allegedly contacted police and a private investigator before directly confronting his ex. She alleged that she admitted to being behind the tracking device along with anonymous texts.