Adam Reportedly “Feels Awful” About The Cheating Rumors
Apparently, he’s trying to “prove himself” to Behati.
Things are not looking good for Adam Levine — and I don’t even think a romantic “Sunday Morning” serenade could fix this mess. On Sept. 19, Instagram model Sumner Stroh claimed on TikTok that she had a year-long affair with the Maroon 5 singer — and she shared some damning screenshots, too. What’s even worse? In one of those alleged DMs, Levine asked Stroh’s permission to name his new baby after her. (Yes, seriously.) ICYMI, Levine’s wife, Behati Prinsloo, is currently pregnant with their third baby. So how does Prinsloo feel about all of these infidelity accusations? And does the couple stand now? It sounds super complicated.
On Oct. 6, a source gave an update on their sitch, explaining that although “it hasn’t been easy,” Prinsloo and Levine are “working it out.” Apparently, Levine is doing his best to make amends. “Adam feels awful for what he’s put her through. All he can do now is make sure he works on himself and doesn’t mess things up again,” a source claimed. “He loves her dearly and feels beyond grateful and lucky that she’s sticking by his side and giving him a second chance to prove himself.”
Levine and Prinsloo might be working through things, but it sounds like they’ve got a ways to go. “It’s been a horrible time for them, Behati especially,” a source told Us Weekly on Oct. 5. And to make a hard situation even harder, Levine has apparently “been extremely busy with his new Las Vegas stint” since reports of his cheating surfaced. Per the source, “They’re just doing their best to be kind and patient with each other while they tough things out.”
Despite all the drama, it doesn’t seem like there’s a breakup on the immediate horizon here. On Sept. 20, a People insider emphasized that Prinsloo is “100 percent committed to her family.” And apparently, “Adam is very understanding about her feelings. He is trying his best to make things better. He never wants a divorce.” At the time, a source explained that Prinsloo was “still very upset.”
Since Stroh’s claims, more women have come forward to share their own flirty Instagram exchanges with Levine. Per Page Six, comedian Maryka shared Levine’s reported message to her — “I am now obsessed with you” — on her Sept. 20 Instagram story. And that’s not all. Model Alyson Rose also posted a TikTok video with screenshots of Levine seemingly calling her a “hot chick” and acknowledging, “I shouldn’t be talking to you you know that [right]?” Oof.
The Voice coach took to Instagram to “clear the air” on Sept. 20. “I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner,” he admitted. Levine denied having an affair, but wrote, “I crossed the line during a regrettable period in my life. In certain instances it became inappropriate; I have addressed that and taken proactive steps to remedy this with my family.”
He continued, “My wife and my family is all I care about in this world. To be this naive and stupid enough to risk the only thing that truly matters to me was the greatest mistake I could ever make. I will never make it again.” The singer also noted, “I take full responsibility. We will get through it. And we will get through it together.” Levine hasn’t opened up about the scandal since.
Wishing Prinsloo the best as she navigates this really difficult situation.
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