After Cassie Randolph filed a restraining order against Colton Underwood, more details are surfacing about their relationship.
In legal documents obtained by “Extra,” Randolph cited domestic violence prevention as the reason behind the filing.
The restraining order also included alleged text messages between Randolph and Underwood. In one text from June 27, Colton allegedly wrote to Cassie, “…Because your [sic] a selfish person who isn’t ready to be loved. I spent two years loving you the best I could and now I’m sitting here feeling like a fool… You’ve hurt me beyond words… I’ve always done nothing but be there for you and you still disrespect me all the time.”
When Cassie wrote, “What did I even do??,” Colton replied, “You hid things from me and been so shady.”
Hours later, Colton allegedly wrote, “I apologize for some of the things I said last night. I’m lost right now. I’m drowning.”
The document also detailed an incident from July 25, when Cassie’s friend Caelan visited her apartment and Colton “somehow immediately knew, and obsessively called and sent text messages.” According to the paper, “Ms. Randolph was startled that he knew who was coming in and out of her apartment, and felt like she was being watched. A few days later, Mr. Underwood showed up again at Ms. Randolph’s apartment, still upset again about Caelan’s visit a few days prior; he proceeded to yell at Ms. Randolph, threatening, ‘I am going to keep you accountable.’”
After the incident, Colton allegedly sent a text message saying, “I’m just sitting in bed trying to fall asleep wondering if the woman I’m madly in love with is having a good time with her ex. I have a million questions and all of them I don’t know if I want the answers to. My heart hurts a lot right now and I miss my best friend, my lover and the one person I never expected to lose.”
Cassie replied to the text, writing, “Colton I really care about you too. I know going through everything is very hard and sucks. And I appreciate you calling me to talk with me. But I also won’t want to make it into something it isn’t. You know that us trusting each other and being cool with each other, and caring about each other is still there. I don’t think that is something that should be able to flip flop so easily. And also, it’s a different road we are navigating now that we aren’t used to. Don’t be upset, you know I care about you so much. You know that.”
In another text from July 30, Cassie stressed her desire to keep it amicable after their split, adding, “I care about you, but this continued anger and drama cycle has got to stop. It is not healthy. You do you, I’ll do me. That doesn’t. mean we don’t care and aren’t kind. Just means we have to let go a bit in order to make things healthier.”
Randolph also accuses Underwood of sending anonymous text messages to her and to himself, pretending to be a victim of a stalker. The filing stated, “Mr. Underwood also used alias phone numbers to anonymously send harassing text messages at all hours of the day to Ms. Randolph and to her friends. Mr. Underwood also sent harassing text messages to himself pretending to also be a victim of the anonymous stalker… He later admitted to being the one sending the messages.”
In one text from the anonymous number to Cassie, it read, “You like playing games huh? Let’s play some games then.”
Cassie accuses Colton of “stalking and harassment,” claiming that he tracked her whereabouts by taping a tracking device to her car.
Along with pics of the tracking device, the filing stated, “Due to the harassing text messages that evidence knowledge of Ms. Randolph’s whereabouts on multiple occasions, Ms. Randolph and her family thought that someone might be tracking her and decided to check Ms. Randolph’s car for a tracker. Ms. Randolph and her family discovered a tile tracking device taped to the bottom of the back bumper of her car. The discovery of the device was shocking and caused Ms. Randolph severe distress; she immediately became concerned about a stalker.”
“Fearful for her safety, Ms. Randolph contacted the police and a private investigator to help her figure out who had placed the tracking device on her car and was sending the messages stalking her whereabouts,” the filing continued. “Two days later, on August 21, 2020, Ms. Randolph confronted Mr. Underwood… Mr. Underwood admitted that he was the one who put the tracker on her car and has been the one sending text messages to her, her friends and himself.”
The papers also mention Colton showing up uninvited to her apartment in Los Angeles and her parents’ Huntington Beach home. On June 27, Cassie visited her family home, where “Mr. Underwood was seen outside the residence… Ms. Randolph’s brother and two of his friends saw Mr. Underwood in the alley outside Ms. Randolph’s bedroom window at two in the morning.” The filing said, “When he was confronted, Mr. Underwood sent harassing text messages to Randolph, Ms. Randolph’s best friend, Linda Salas, and Ms. Randolph’s younger brother. Since then, Mr. Underwood has been seen by Ms. Randolph’s family, neighbors and friends of the family hanging around Ms. Randolph’s family home in Huntington Beach and on the street near the home.”
As for his alleged unwelcomed visits to her L.A. apartment, the document claimed, “Mr. Underwood admitted to his roommate and his roommate’s girlfriend (who is also Ms. Randolph’s friend) that he goes on multiple walks a day to Ms. Randolph’s apartment building. Ms. Randolph and several of her friends have seen him around Ms. Randolph’s apartment from her balcony.”
Cassie requested that the restraining order be enforced before Underwood is back in Los Angeles after a visit to Denver. The filing said, “Ms. Randolph fears for her safety and the safety of her family and friends and wants to ensure that the harassment and stalking behavior cease when he returns to Los Angeles in the coming days.”
A judge has approved the restraining order, which means Colton must stay 100 yards away from Cassie at all times.
A hearing is set for October 6, the expiration date of the restraining order.
Colton and Cassie called it quits in May after two years of dating.
“Extra’s” own resident Bachelor expert Rachel Lindsay weighed in on the drama. She told Billy Bush, “It is surprising… It’s shocking anytime you hear someone is getting a restraining order filed against them… I don’t think we’ve had anything like this in Bachelor Nation before.”
“Extra” has reached out to Cassie and Colton. While we haven’t heard back from Cassie, Colton’s rep said, “We can’t comment at this time as it is a legal matter.”
The Ringwraiths from The Lord of the Rings explained
Their faded existence means the Ringwraiths don’t take up much physical space in the real world. Sure, they can wear clothes, wield weapons, and ride horses, but their primary existence is spiritual in nature. In essence, they dwell in an “unseen” shadow realm through which they dimly interact with the “seen” world. This leads to some of the paranormal phenomena that take place when others come into contact with them.
For instance, when Frodo puts on the Ring, he too enters that spiritual dimension and is able to see the Ringwraiths in all of their otherworldly horror. When Merry and Êowyn stab the Witch-king in battle, both of their arms immediately go numb. Their weapons also disintegrate, with Merry’s burning like a piece of wood and Éowyn’s breaking into splinters. In the book The Fellowship of the Ring, it’s even implied that characters like Gandalf, Aragorn, and Glorfindel are uniquely suited to resist the Riders. This isn’t because they hurl flaming brands through the air, Viggo Mortensen-style, but rather because of their stamina and effectiveness in the spiritual realm — a realm that the Ringwraiths are very familiar with.
As a quick footnote, while physical fire does appear to have some effect on the Ringwraiths, it’s really water that they seem to abhor. In Unfinished Tales, Tolkien’s son, Christopher, says the fear was never really explained, but a healthy respect for that good ol’ H2O can certainly be seen as they chase Frodo and company across rivers and through floods.
The Walking Dead Showrunner Reminds ‘Donnie’ Fans That Daryl Still Hasn’t Given Up Hope That Connie’s Alive
Fans of The Walking Dead have seen neither hide nor hair of Connie since February’s “Squeeze,” in which Carol appeared to blow to smithereens BFF Daryl’s first real chance at a romance. And while showrunner Angela Kang won’t say whether it’s smart of us to keep the faith that Lauren Ridloff’s character somehow survived, she will allow that Norman Reedus’ gruff-but-tender alter ego certainly hasn’t written her off as dead.
“A part of him just has a hard time giving up on anybody,” the EP tells TVLine. “You know, like with Rick. Daryl saw a bridge blow up and catch fire, and he was like, ‘No, that guy’s not dead’ and searched the river for him for years.
“I don’t think he gave up on wanting to find Beth when she was gone, either,” she adds. “In that same way, I don’t think he’s given up hope of finding Connie.”
The trouble is, Daryl’s a bit distracted at the moment, what with the Whisperers and their horde descending on his friends’ hideout in Season 10’s fauxnale (airing on AMC Sunday, Oct. 4, at 9/8c). “So he’s just trying to cope the best he can,” Kang says. “He’s got Judith, who is basically like a goddaughter to him. She’s got no parents left, and they’re in the middle of this crisis, so he’s having to focus very much on what’s right in front of them.
“But,” she continues, “I don’t believe that he’s entirely given up hope that Connie might be alive.” What about you, Dead-heads? Do you think Connie, like Magna, survived the disaster at the cave? Hit the comments with your theories/fears.
How to Watch the ‘South Park’ Pandemic Special Live Tonight
You know the world is in a rough spot when every day feels like an episode of South Park. And this month Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s animated comedy is taking a stab at addressing just how weird things truly are.
South Park is returning with “The Pandemic Special,” the long-running comedy’s first ever hourlong special episode. Wondering how you can watch this new episode of South Park? Or what this means for South Park Season 24? We have you covered.
When Will South Park Be on Comedy Central tonight?
We may not be getting a full season just yet, but in the meantime we have a teaser to hold us over. A new episode of South Park will premiere on Comedy Central this Wednesday, September 30 at 8/7c. “The Pandemic Special” will be a one-night only, hourlong episode.
If you have cable, you’re already set to watch this new episode live. Just turn your TV to Comedy Central at 8/7c and prepare to be horrified. And if 8 p.m. is too early for you, don’t worry. There will be two more encore performances at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. You even have an option to watch if you don’t have traditional cable. Most live TV skinny bundles like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Sling TV come with Comedy Central. And if none of those work there’s always streaming.
Will South Park Be on Hulu?
Nope, things are different this year. Once HBO Max launched it took all of South Park with it. So if you only have Hulu, you’re out of luck. But if you’re a Hulu and HBO household, you’re all set.
When Will South Park Be on HBO Max?
New episodes of South Park will be made available on HBO Max 24 hours after they premiere on Comedy Central. That means you’ll be able to stream “The Pandemic Special” starting on Thursday, October 1 at 8/7c p.m.
What if you have HBO but you’re unsure if you have HBO Max? Don’t fret. If you subscribed to HBO through cable, the now defunct HBO Go, or HBO NOW you have access to HBO Max. Simply enter your HBO username and password into HBO Max and start watching. There is a downside to this new system. HBO Max is currently only available through the Apple, Google Play, and Samsung TV app stores, meaning that it’s not yet available on Roku. You may have to log into HBO Max on your computer and use Chromcast or a HDMI cable to watch the streaming service on your TV.
Is There a Trailer for the South Park Special?
You bet, and it’s just as dumb as you would expect. While Randy is launching a new strain of Pandemic Special weed, the kids have to adjust to life in their new socially distanced classroom. Keep your mask handy and watch above.
Is the South Park Special the Start of Season 24? Will There Be More New Episodes of South Park?
“The Pandemic Special” will be the first special in South Park’s history. It’s not connected to this upcoming season and will be a standalone, hourlong episode. There’s a good and bad side to that news. The bad is that “The Pandemic Special” is the only South Park episode that we know is premiering in 2020. Comedy Central has yet to announce when Season 24 will start, and considering how the COVID-19 pandemic has halted Hollywood production we’re probably going to have to wait a while. But on the flip side, an hour of South Park is better than nothing.
Where to stream South Park
Entertainment4 days ago
The Trial of the Chicago 7 Is as Entertaining—and Galvanizing—as Anything You’ll See This Year
Entertainment22 hours ago
Mac Davis, Country Singer and Elvis Presley Songwriter, Dead at 78
Entertainment4 days ago
WWE Clash of Champions 2020 Live Stream: How to Watch the Matches Online
Entertainment3 days ago
Lovecraft Country Episode 7 live stream (“I Am”): Watch Online
Entertainment3 days ago
Jamal Bryant’s kids: Here’s how many children Gizelle Bryant’s ex-husband has and how old they are
Entertainment4 days ago
Cop who tased maskless football mom is receiving death threats, racist insults
Entertainment2 days ago
Dancing With the Stars Recap 09/28/20: Season 29 Episode 3 “Disney Night”
Entertainment2 days ago
Eric Trump’s Beloved Westchester “Compound” Turns Out to Just Be His Dad’s Tax Write-Off