Cassie Randolph has been allowed a limiting request against ex Colton Underwood after she at first recorded reports on Friday, September 11, guaranteeing that she’s been irritated since their separation
Court archives acquired by Us Weekly on Monday, September 14, express that the 28-year-old previous Bachelor must remain at any rate 100 yards from the 25-year-old California local, her home, her vehicle and work environment consistently. Underwood is additionally not to have any “contact, either legitimately or by implication, in any capacity” with his ex. The request is set up until October 6, when the pair are required to show up at a court hearing.
Randolph’s solicitation charges that since she and Underwood split in April, he has been “following and pestering” her and has “sent her disrupting instant messages, consistently called her, and set a GPS beacon on her vehicle.” The couple, who started dating after season 23 of The Bachelor, opened up to the world about their separation in May.
As per the reports, the previous football player has been seen outside of his ex’s family home in Huntington Beach, California, various occasions since their separation. One night, he was spotted by Randolph’s sibling and companions in the back street outside of her window at 2 a.m. Underwood likewise “watches Ms. Randolph’s loft in Los Angeles,” and supposedly told companions that “he goes on various strolls a day to Ms. Randolph’s high rise.”
Alongside uncovering that the discourse pathology understudy started to feel “afraid for her wellbeing,” the archives show instant messages sent among her and Underwood “at the entire hours of the day.” In a progression of messages sent in June, the Bachelorette alum guaranteed his ex was “a childish individual who isn’t fit to be adored” and was “obscure.” He later apologized, disclosing to Randolph he was “lost.”
“It’s insane to think we used to be in a place of adoration,” Underwood wrote to Randolph at that point. “I ask myself all the time how somebody who I cherished and adored me could do the things they do and express the things they do.”
Underwood additionally “over and again” sent protracted messages to Randolph’s dearest companions and supposedly utilized “assumed name telephone numbers” to watch his ex namelessly.
“I have a million inquiries and every one of them I don’t have the foggiest idea whether I need the responses to,” he begged Randolph in July. “My heart harms a great deal at this moment and I miss my closest companion, my darling and the one individual I never expected to lose. I’ve become such a great amount with you up until now and had a rundown of things I was anticipating conversing with you about over supper tomorrow. In any case, I just need the best for you and these sentiments Are originating from a position of adoration.”
Accordingly, Randolph said she would consistently “truly care” about Underwood and trusted that they could arrive at a state of “being cool with one another.”
Before Randolph looked for a limiting request, the exes were cooperating on an unscripted television venture “about their lives post-separation.” concerning Randolph’s cases, a rep for Underwood recently let us know, “As this is a legitimate issue, we can’t give any remark right now.”