Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Former ‘Bachelor’ Colton Underwood Says Cassie Randolph Dropped Restraining OrderCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Former ‘Bachelor’ Colton Underwood Says Cassie Randolph Dropped Restraining Order

By Carly Silva

In the latest celebrity news, Colton Underwood addressed his status with ex Cassie Randolph after their messy break-up earlier this year. In September, Randolph filed a restraining order against Underwood, citing domestic violence prevention in the request, and accusing the reality TV star of stalking and harassment. According to UsMagazine.com, Underwood confirmed that Randolph has dropped the restraining order, and the two have since reached a private agreement.

In celebrity news, things have been anything but civil between Colton and Cassie, but it seems they’ve come to a civil agreement. What do you do if you feel unsafe around your ex after a break-up?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Sometimes break-ups can get seriously intense. If you feel unsafe around your ex after a break-up, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Let them know: The first step you can take when you feel unsafe around your ex is to let them know. They may not realize they are making you feel that way. If you aren’t comfortable speaking to them, you can have a mutual friend or a family member reach out for you and let them know how it is making you feel unsafe.

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2. Cut off communication: If you feel that circumstances with you ex have become even more intense, or if you are extremely uncomfortable around your ex, cutting off communication may be a good idea. Be sure not to communicate through social media, as it can only add fuel to the fire.

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3. Take action: If you believe that your ex may even be dangerous, it may be necessary for you to take legal action. Filing a restraining order or police report, or even just letting your family and friends know, can help to protect you. Take whatever safety measures you need to take to ensure that you feel safe and comfortable after your break-up.

What are some other things you can do if you feel unsafe around your ex after a break-up? Start a conversation in the comments down below!