2020 wasn’t the best year for most people, but Colton Underwood had a pretty rocky ride. First, the Old boy a star came down with coronavirus (COVID-19), and then shortly after he got over it, he and Cassie Randolph announced that he was retiring. Amid all allegations that Underwood was stalking Randolph after his breakup, he took a break from Instagram. Now, he’s back.
Relationships of Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph
Underwood and Randolph met on Underwood ‘s season of Am Bachelor. At the time, Underwood was so full of future sweethearts that he chose her before the last rose party. Randolph tried to leave the show but Underwood went after him and got her to agree to him.
After the show, the two did not engage or move in together, choosing to take matters into their own hands.
Breaking down and stalking Colton and Cassie
Earlier this year, Underwood and Randolph seemed closer than ever when her family nursed her back to health after a positive test for COVID. But soon after he recovered, the two broke up.
“It’s been a few months at least saying that Cass and I have been doing a lot of self-reflection,” Underwood wrote. Instagram, announcing the separation. “Sometimes people just want to be friends – and that’s okay. We’ve both grown up and been through so much together – so this is not the end of our story, this is the beginning of a new chapter for us. ”
The break was hard enough for Old boy take fans, but then told sources Entertainment tonight that Randolph started receiving strange text messages from an unknown number and reported finding a search engine on her car.
According to the sources, when Randolph confronted Underwood about the messages and the tracking device, he says he admitted “everything.” Randolph was given a temporary restraining order which meant Underwood had to stay 100 yards away from her, her job and her house.
In a statement in November, Underwood revealed that he and Randolph were able to reach an out – of – court agreement.
“Today Cassie asked the court to suspend the restraining order,” the statement said. read. “We have both been able to reach a private agreement to address any of Cassie’s concerns. I do not believe that Cassie did anything wrong in filing for the restraining orders and I also believe that she acted in good faith. I value everyone’s respect for privacy in this regard. ”
Colton Underwood is back on Instagram
After using his Instagram to defend himself against the allegations and telling his side of the story, Underwood went silent. He deleted all his Instagram posts and got off site for two months.
Yesterday, he returned with an Instagram story. He posted a series of photos from his Christmas holidays, including a Christmas tree, his family playing games together, and pictures of him boarding a snowboard. Over the stories he wrote, “Hope everybody had a great holiday! A mine was thrown by the family. I left. ”
Underwood has yet to upload anything directly to his Instagram feed.