Cassie Randolph, winner of season 23 of the reality-show The Bachelor, filed a temporary restraining order against Colton Underwood in Los Angeles Superior Court.

The restraining order comes after Randolph alleged that Underwood was harassing and stalking her. The couple called it quits earlier in May this year.

Court documents say a tracking device was placed to the bottom of the black bumper of Randolph’s car. Randolph also claims Underwood has showed up to her apartment uninvited on multiple occasions.

The real reason of their breakup is not fully known. During her time on The Bachelor, Randolph made quite the exit when she abruptly left the show over engagement doubts. The then-couple reunited in the final episode in 2019 where Randolph accepted Underwood’s final rose.


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The couple was together for a year and Randolph even helped Underwood with his care and recovery after he contracted the coronavirus in March.

The couple reportedly wanted to stay friends following their break-up.

Underwood took to Instagram where he announced his breakup from Randolph and mentioned that sometimes people are better off as friends.

Underwood captioned his photo, “Its been a crazy few months to say the least, Cass and I have been doing a lot of self-reflecting. Sometimes people are just meant to be friends- and that’s okay. We both have grown immensely and have been through so much together- so this isn’t the end of our story, it’s the start of a whole new chapter for us.”

In an interview with Bachelor host Chris Harrison, Randolph said their relationship was “really great the entire time” and spoke about her feelings following the breakup.

“It’s been really hard, and I think going through any break up is really hard but then going through one in public comes with a whole new set of challenges, I’ve never gone through any of this before,” said Randolph.

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