There has been tons of drama in Bachelor Nation this year. There have been breakups, divorce and babies. Now, in what may be the most shocking, Cassie Randolph filed for protection from the courts from ex, Colton Underwood. It was just about a month ago that Colton appeared on Reality Steve’s podcast. Now, Steve is speaking out about the allegations that have surfaced and giving his insight and opinion.
Reality Steve addresses the Colton, Cassie drama
Reality Steve went to his blog to share his thoughts on the whole situation between Cassie and Colton. Steve started out expressing shock by the number of people taking Colton’s side. Many were bashing Cassie immediately without even reading what the restraining order said. He continued saying anyone who read the full court documents would understand the seriousness of the situation.
Steve went on to share the court date remains October 6. Cassie and Colton going to court on that date won’t be the end of the drama. Colton’s attorney’s could request a delay in the court appearance. He also said, “But from everything I’ve heard from those in the know, Colton trying to fight this basically would go against everything that’s happened behind the scenes.”
He went on to say that while the world was shocked, the people in the inside circle knew what was happening. Colton allegedly shared with many people someone was stalking him. He later admitted it was him sending the texts. And, he shared Colton should distance himself from Cassie and accept whatever punishment the courts hand him.
His thoughts on Colton
Steve said, “He’s admitted that his mental health struggled because of this show. He needs help. And I hope he gets it. He was 1000% wrong for what he did from placing a tracking device on her car, to making himself the victim in certain texts, to then MAKING UP texts from a number scaring Cassie and sending to himself. Inexcusable. Cassie filing clearly seemed to be the only way to get across to him and I hope he learns his lesson from it and gets some help. My opinion is I don’t think he’s well mentally right now, and that can be a very scary place for himself and for Cassie.”
He also learned that Cassie had been weighing her options for more than a day. He also said it’s disgusting how people are bad mouthing Cassie. Steve said, “What prompts someone to go to a pic Cassie posted 2 weeks ago of fun times on the beach and just lay into her about this case? Especially the ones that say, “Look, she’s happy so clearly the Colton stuff isn’t that big of a deal to her.” Seriously? She’s not allowed to live her life, or hell, even smile ever again or else it means this isn’t weighing on her? People are so messed up.”
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The last 2 years I’ve been thrust into a spotlight after living a fairly normal life. Since then, I’ve been trying to learn how to navigate my life changes while also trying to cling to who I am. I used to think a platform would give me a voice, but in many ways a platform takes your voice. For someone like me it’s been paralyzing. I can overthink everything. It takes really thick skin to navigate constant drama, fake articles, nasty DMs & comments or rumors started by people who feel entitled to your personal life. It takes incredible mental strength to shrug off strangers who regularly criticize your character based on conclusions they drew while watching an edited tv show (I could say so much here). It can feel like an uphill battle. Sometimes I want to just say what I want & forget my sensitive side that strives to do the “right thing”, be calm & rational, be kind, think of others first etc.. I feel like saying: ok all you mother ffers hating on me for my breakup-please stop. It’s been an awful few months for ME trying to go thru it. I’m STILL going thru it. It’s hard enough w/out your know-it-all comments. You literally know nothing so go away. One minute I feel my rant above & the next I feel selfish thinking about myself when there are truly critical issues in the world right now: BLM, Covid, toxic politics, matters of life and death; social injustice. Kinda puts personal problems in perspective. Hence, the reason I decided (against advice) to cancel contracts & delete IG for 30 days. The break, tho short, was amazing. What did I do? I read a LOT, got a tattoo, caught up with friends, attended 2 protests, finished 60 HOURS OF SIMUCASE, re-evaluated my dreams and goals, went surfing, dyed my own hair, played my guitar, got out my sewing machine…lived in the moment. Life is short. We all have struggles to figure out. All we can do is the best we know in the moment so when we reflect, we don’t feel regret. Always be learning, always be growing. Ok, I’m done. A bit all over the place, but I’m forcing myself not to overthink. Thx to the majority of u who’ve been kind & sent concerned messages. It means more than u know ❤️ ily all (minus the trolls)
Steve has been through this himself
Another interesting fact is that Reality Steve has been through what Cassie has. He shared on his blog that his ex from five years ago did some of the same things Colton did to Cassie. She was mentally unwell and so is Colton. The text messages Colton sent Cassie took Steve back to that time in his life and he could relate to why Cassie filed the request.
He said also that he believes now that Colton came on his podcast with an agenda. He said, “I was a fan of Colton after I spoke to him. Realized the guy had a hard time with the show, he seemed genuine, and I just wanted honesty. I thought he gave it to me. It’s apparent now he left out many parts. Don’t be fooled. I know I’m not anymore.”
Stay tuned for more details as they surface. National Domestic Violence Hotlines: 800-799-SAFE (7233), 800-621-HOPE (4673), 866-331-9474.
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