Allegations of harassment against former “Bachelor” star Colton Underwood have prompted more than 21,000 people to sign a petition for Netflix to cancel an upcoming show.
The Change.org petition, which contains more than 21,000 signatures in this writing, is a specific criticism of Underwood’s treatment of his ex Cassie Randolph, not his latest announcement that he is gay. Nolph, 25, was given a 2020 ban with Underwood, 29, although she later dropped it.
Colton is a former bachelor star stalking his last Cassie Randolph. He puts a tracker on her car, sends an anonymous threatening message to her and her friends. Someone was seen standing outside her window late at night. The brother tried to raise the situation. Claims a claim initiated by an anonymous user. “Cassie was the victim of Colton̵7;s harassment and he didn’t deserve a platform. In any case, regardless of his sexuality, Colton should not have been given the platform due to abusive, deceptive and harmful behavior. ”
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Last week, after Underwood came out as gay in an “Good Morning America” interview, Variety reported that the former NFL player was taking on his own reality show. “Colton began filming before going on to ‘Good Morning. America, ” a source told Page Six of the documentary, Underwood is reportedly working before the interview. “This document has been in the works for a few weeks.”
“Bachelor” fans urged them to call up for the gay season of “The Bachelor” immediately after Underwood announced his sexuality. However, if it really works, many on social media feel strongly that Underwood shouldn’t take the lead.
“To everyone who said he should get another season and be gay first – you forgot how he treated Cassie ?? Where he put the letter tracker on her car ?? Wrote one Twitter commentator.
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Neither Netflix nor Underwood immediately responded to The Post’s request for comment.
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