Harassment allegations in opposition to former “Bachelor” star Colton Underwood have led to over 21,000 folks signing a petition for Netflix to cancel an upcoming show about him.
The Change.org petition, which has over 21,000 signatures as of this writing, solely critiques Underwood’s therapy of his ex, Cassie Randolph — and never his latest announcement that he’s homosexual. Randolph, 25, was granted a restraining order in 2020 in opposition to Underwood, 29, though she later dropped it.
“Colton is a former bachelor lead who stalked his last choose, Cassie Randolph. He positioned a tracker on her automobile, despatched her and her pals nameless threatening texts, and was even seen standing exterior her window extraordinarily late within the evening, leading to her brother trying to de-escalate the scenario,” claims the petition, which was began by an nameless consumer. “Cassie is a sufferer of Colton’s abuse, and he doesn’t deserve a platform in any means. No matter his sexuality, Colton shouldn’t be given a platform on account of his abusive, manipulative, and harmful habits.”
Final week, after Underwood got here out as homosexual in a “Good Morning America” interview, Selection reported that the previous NFL participant is getting his personal actuality show. “Colton started filming prior to occurring ‘Good Morning America,’” a supply informed Web page Six of a documentary Underwood had reportedly been engaged on prior to the interview. “The docuseries has been within the works for just a few weeks.”
“Bachelor” followers instantly reinvigorated their requires a homosexual season of “The Bachelor” after Underwood’s announcement about his sexuality. Ought to it come to fruition, nonetheless, many on social media really feel strongly that Underwood shouldn’t lead it.
“To everybody saying he ought to get one other season and be the primary homosexual bachelor — are you forgetting how he handled Cassie?? That he put a literal tracker on her automobile??” wrote one Twitter critic.
Neither Netflix nor Underwood instantly responded to The Submit’s request for remark.