TMZ: 'Bachelor' Alum Colton Underwood Says Cassie Randolph Has Dropped All Charges against Him
"The Bachelor" alum Colton Underwood recently revealed that his ex-girlfriend, Cassie Randolph, has canceled her restraining order and dropped charges against him as they reached an understanding.
Months after "The Bachelor" winner Cassie Randolph got a restraining order against her former boyfriend, "The Bachelor" alum Colton Underwood, it was reported that the two have worked their differences out. Underwood said to TMZ:
"Today Cassie asked the court to dismiss the temporary restraining order against me. The two of us were able to reach a private agreement."
According to the television personality, they both addressed her worries and came to an understanding. He claimed that he did not fault Randolph for filing for the restraining order to keep herself safe.
Underwood said he believed she acted with positive intentions about her safety and expressed his gratitude for everyone who respected their privacy while they hashed things out.
The lawyers who represented the two parties were reportedly asked to contact the court in the case and the two parties settled their problems outside the court.
Randolph did not only cancel the restraining order against her former boyfriend, but she also canceled everything else including the police investigation she set in motion.
People were shocked to find out what Randolph had against her former boyfriend when she returned to the court with an even more disturbing allegation.
Randolph's restraining order was reportedly canceled with prejudice, a legal clause which means that she will not be able to revisit or request for it later on, should she change her mind.
Randolph first obtained a temporary restraining order against Underwood in September. This occurred about a month before she returned to the court with a surprising claim. The 25-year-old's lawyer said to TMZ:
"It was her intention to first, try and work through this process privately in a manner that gives both her and Colton safety, security and respect."
People were shocked to find out what Randolph had against her former boyfriend when she returned to the court with an even more disturbing allegations.
The 25-year-old reality star told the court that her brother discovered a tracking device placed beneath her car's rear bumper. The TV star believed it was placed there by none other than Underwood.
Randolph also alleged that he frequently showed up without invitation at her apartment and even at her parents' residence. All of this happened months after Underwood successfully battled the novel coronavirus and wrote about it in his memoir, "The First Time: Finding Myself And Looking For Love On Reality TV."
While they might not be getting back together, people can be relieved to know that their long-standing feud might have reached its long-overdue end. Hopefully, things remain this way with the former couple.