Colton Underwood and ex Cassie Randolph unfollow each other on Instagram

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph are no longer keeping up with one another on social media, three months after calling it quits.

The former “Bachelor” pair — who met on Season 23 of the long-running ABC series in 2019 — appeared to have stopped following each other on Instagram. Randolph’s sister Michelle and her boyfriend, Gregg Sulkin, no longer follow Underwood, 28, as of Wednesday, but “The First Time” author still follows actor Sulkin.

In May, Underwood and Randolph, 26, split up after less than two years of dating. Last month, Randolph addressed the breakup during a virtual appearance on “The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever,” noting it’s “still a sensitive subject.”

“It’s kind of a sensitive subject because we’re still going through it, and I’m still pretty emotional for both of us,” Randolph said at the time, according to E! News. “We haven’t really talked about it publicly yet and I don’t know if either of us is ready, but I will say it’s been really hard.”

Following Randolph’s interview, Underwood posted a cryptic message to Instagram, noting, “When our relationship ended we agreed to handle things as privately as possible as we attempted to navigate our new relationship as friends.” Randolph later accused her ex of attempting to “monetize” their breakup.

“On Monday evening, you informed me you intend to monetize our breakup by writing a new chapter to discuss your experience with COVID (where you stayed in my family’s house during your recovery and about our breakup),” Randolph posted in a previous Instagram story, per Us Weekly.

A rep for Underwood told the publication Randolph’s claims “are simply not true.”

Earlier this month, Underwood spoke out in support of Randolph during an appearance on the “Reality Steve” podcast.

“Cass stayed extremely professional and extremely quiet about our breakup, which I was so happy and thankful for. I even texted her, I said, ‘Man, I appreciate that, thank you.’ What bugged me was the fact that that show took advantage of her,” Underwood said of her July “Bachelor” appearance.

Underwood continued, “I get very defensive over people I love, and I know Cass is a big girl and she could fight her own battles. But I just know her heart and she doesn’t want to rock the boat, and she loves people even if they abuse her, or even if they take advantage of her, which is what they did.”

The former NFL player said he has “nothing but good things and love and well-wishes” for Randolph.

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