Colton Underwood lands Netflix sequence about his life as followers remind others on social media of his poisonous previous stalking his ex Cassie Randolph
Colton Underwood, former Bachelor star, not too long ago got here out as homosexual and minutes after popping out publicly on Good Morning America, Variety proclaims that Underwood is at the moment filming a Netflix docuseries about life as a newly out homosexual man. This information just isn’t sitting effectively with many individuals on-line, who haven’t forgotten in regards to the September 2020 stalking expenses in opposition to Underwood by his ex Cassie Randolph.
Sources says that Olympian Gus Kenworthy can even seem in Underwood’s Netflix sequence, “acting as a guide, of sorts” as Underwood navigates life for the primary time as an out homosexual man. A present a few former athlete from a spiritual upbringing who got here out later in life would make a superb Netflix sequence, however most on-line want it was taking place to anybody else.
Cassie Randolph filed a restraining order in opposition to former “Bachelor” Colton Underwood, citing “domestic violence prevention” in her request https://t.co/iE5vImDWPo pic.twitter.com/wrGIY52zCy
— Jezebel (@Jezebel) September 12, 2020
In latest years, Underwood has been within the headlines principally for the contentious finish of his relationship with Cassie Randolph, whom he met whereas he was The Bachelor.
Underwood and Randolph dated for slightly below two years, and after they broke up, she filed for a restraining order, saying he had despatched her harassing texts and positioned a monitoring gadget on her automobile.
In court docket paperwork from September 2020, Randolph additionally alleged that Underwood repeatedly confirmed up at her dad and mom home in the course of the evening after they’d damaged up and used “alias phone numbers” to ship her and her buddies harassing textual content messages.
Cassie Randolph is upset that issues between her and Colton Underwood have come to needing a restraining order: “She was legitimately in fear. She would like to see Colton get help.” https://t.co/RCe9loFSrA pic.twitter.com/ivyjdhgY3k
— E! News (@enews) September 16, 2020
Months later the 2 reportedly reached a “private agreement” and Randolph dropped the restraining order in opposition to Underwood. Underwood didn’t unpack the stalking allegations throughout his Good Morning America interview at present, however merely apologized to Randolph for “how things ended,” saying, “I’m sorry for any pain and emotional stress I caused. I wish it wouldn’t have happened the way it did. I wish that I would have been courageous enough to fix myself before I broke anybody else.”
Clearly, the web doesn’t really feel like Colton has atoned all that a lot and is now being rewarded, so to talk, with a shiny new Netflix present.
Using your sexuality to regain your platform, after harassing and stalking your ex companions is so disgusting
I’m glad he is loving his reality now and is snug to come back out, however we must always NOT be excusing his previous unacceptable conduct https://t.co/YVu8HAyKDD
— a l l i 🌙 (@allioconnorr) April 14, 2021
Happy for Colton for popping out, however completely heated that Netflix is giving him a television present months after his ex bought a restraining order in opposition to him for being a stalker 🙃
— sarahtonin (@imsarahtonin) April 14, 2021
@netflix I’m disgusted and disenchanted to see you might be giving Colton Underwood a TV present not even a YEAR after his ex girlfriend needed to get a restraining order in opposition to him for his stalking and abuse. This man doesn’t deserve a platform and you shouldn’t give it to him
— loch tess monster (@tesseract49) April 14, 2021
In case you had been questioning what white privilege seems like, it’s Colton Underwood getting a Netflix deal after placing a monitoring gadget on his ex’s automobile, stalking her, and harassing her AND her household.
— kylee (@kyleeyall) April 14, 2021
Read the Colton factor and located his story fairly resonating tbh
But then I learn extra & some severe points with how he handled his ex (want to hear from her although she’s entitled to her privateness/silence if she desires). And the Netflix deal makes all of it really feel kinda…sinister😕
— rob roberts (@MrRobRoberts) April 14, 2021
No one is entitled to something, however on the similar time, nobody is irredeemable.
Not have him weaponize the truth that he’s homosexual as a justification for his previous actions by occurring interviews, writing books, having a Netflix sequence, whereas the ache he inflicted on his ex is ignored
— ⭐️ (@realitytvholic) April 14, 2021
since colton underwood is trending let’s remind everybody that he nonetheless stalked and harassed his ex and at the moment has a restraining order in opposition to him. good for him however YIKES.
— the goddamn king (@strbrrypxi) April 14, 2021
Good for Colton for being sincere about his sexuality. He nonetheless stalked his ex, confirmed up at her dad and mom home, and put trackers on her automobile. pic.twitter.com/TiuYHma46q
— Sarah (@leianajade) April 14, 2021
Underwood appeared to clarify that the reason for his poisonous relationship in direction of Randolph was as a result of “internal fight going on” inside him, and whereas that may definitely be true, starring in a Netflix present is a privilege and the web’s response is that perhaps the present in regards to the newly out actuality star might go to somebody who doesn’t have abuse allegations of their very latest previous.
From the racist statements popping out of the contestants and host Chris Harrison’s mouths all through Matt James’ latest season of The Bachelor to Underwood being rewarded with a Netflix sequence after stalking and inflicting emotional misery on the lady he “picked” throughout his season on the present, perhaps it’s time to contemplate that your entire Bachelor franchise is cursed and simply must go away.