Cassie Randolph Slams Colton Underwood For Wanting To ‘Monetize’ Their Split In Lengthy Letter!

Cassie Randolph Slams Colton Underwood For Wanting To ‘Monetize’ Their Split In Lengthy Letter!
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While fans of The Bachelor are still waiting for an explanation for their split, Cassie Randolph is calling her ex, Colton Underwood , out for seemingly using their breakup for his monetary gain! As you might know, the two have been refusing to give many details on the reason why they decided to put an end to their romance but now, there is some drama!

She took to her go-to social media platform to ask her ex to ‘refrain’ from ‘discussing’ their relationship publicly.

As far as Cassie is concerned, Colton is writing a ‘new chapter’ that is set to ‘heavily feature’ her!

It all started with Cassie responding to some questions about their romance and split while on the virtual version of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons—Ever.

Then, a couple of days later, Colton suggested he was done keeping things as private as before.

This was especially upsetting for Cassie since she had just told Chris Harrison that she had already told everything she was ever planning to tell about their separation.

A few hours after, Cassie wrote a long letter on her IG Stories.

It reads in part: ‘I would like to state I don't wish to create an online war. Colton, as you know that we made an agreement not to publicly discuss our break up. I've honored this, as have you thus far. I did not see any harm in doing the interview, as I was not going to dish details about our relationship to them.’

She mentioned that her ex’s post ‘saddened’ and ‘frustrated’ her.

The former Bachelor contestant also accused him of ‘subtly engaging in a tactic that peppers in aggressive comments’ just to make her ‘look like the bad one!’

She went on to clap back some more: ‘I would like to say on public record and politely ask you to refrain from discussing our relationship, as we'd agreed. On Monday you informed me you intend to monetize our breakup by writing a new chapter and discuss your experience with COVID-19 (where you stayed in my family’s house during your recovery) and about our breakup.’


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