‘The Bachelor’: Cassie Randolph’s Sister Speaks Out Against Colton Underwood For Trying to ‘Smear Cassie’s Name’ After Restraining Order Request
The Bachelor couple Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood’s breakup was a lot worse than fans thought. Randolph was recently granted a restraining order from Underwood due to alleged “stalking and harassing.” Michelle Randolph believes Underwood is trying to “smear Cassie’s name to deflect from the seriousness” of the restraining order.
Cassie Randolph’s request for a restraining order from Colton Underwood was granted
On Sept. 11, Randolph requested a restraining order from her ex-boyfriend and Bachelor star Colton Underwood. On Sept. 14, the request was granted. The former NFL player must stay at least 100 yards away from Randolph, her home, car, and workplace.
The order is in effect until Oct. 6, when the two are to appear in court together. The request alleges that Underwood has been “stalking and harassing” her since their breakup in April 2020.
He “sent her unsettling text messages, repeatedly called her, and placed a tracking device on her vehicle,” according to court documents obtained by Us Weekly.
Randolph also alleges that Underwood “watches Ms. Randolph’s apartment in Los Angeles,” and he told friends that “he goes on multiple walks a day to Ms. Randolph’s apartment building.”
Cassie Randolph’s sister spoke out against Underwood on social media
Michelle Randolph took a screenshot of another Us Weekly article that stated, the restraining order blindsided ColtonUnderwood. Then she noted in four different places that the information was “false.”
“This is such an obvious attempt to smear Cassie’s name to deflect from the seriousness of what was contained in the restraining order,” Michelle Randolph wrote in the next Instagram Story on Sept. 14.
The outlet stated that “Cassie is still trying to sell the show” that the two were working on when she filed a restraining order. However, her sister says this is “false” information. The outlet claimed that Cassie’s “family is also in” the show.
“And for the record, I, nor my parents, have filmed or signed any contracts,” Michelle Randolph continued. “My parents haven’t even spoken once to anyone involved in this potential show. The claims of him dropping out are false. He, his ‘source,’ and everyone involved knows that is a lie.”
Were Randolph and Underwood working on a reality TV show after their breakup?
According to the outlet, the football player and graduate student were filming a reality TV show together “about their lives post-breakup.”
“They were in production all summer,” the source told Us Weekly. “However, they both had since pulled out.”
Randolph’s sister did not deny that the couple was filming a reality show about their breakup. The show might still come out since months of it were filmed before they pulled out.