More women are speaking out in the Adam Levine affair drama

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More women are appearing in the drama with formers “Voice” Coach and frontman of Maroon 5 Adam Levin based on an Instagram model accused the married singer of having a year-long affair with her.

Here’s what you need to know:


More women have come forward with flirty text messages they say came from Levine

It all started with Instagram model Sumner Straw He said that she and Levine had a year-long affair, and then months after it ended, he came back into her life to ask her if he could name his unborn son “Sumner.” Stroh shot two TikTok videos of the entire ordeal and said she wanted to get ahead of the story because someone in her life she could trust was trying to sell her screenshots to a tabloid.

Now, following Stroh’s allegations, a comedian named Maryka and a woman named Alyson Rosef have also posted messages they say are from Levine, saying he’s flirting with them in a sexual way.

Maryka’s messages were posted to a now-deleted Instagram story, but Dana Omari, a friend of Stroh’s, captured them and put them in an Instagram reel.

On her Instagram post, Omari writes:

Yes, Sumner made a mistake. But Adam is solely responsible for maintaining the sanctity of his marriage.

When Sumner posted her TikToks yesterday, a lot of people blamed her and called her a housewife. A homewrecker is someone who sees a happy home and searches for it. But I’m here to tell you that this man has been actively pursuing other women. He destroyed his own house – the call is from inside!

It is not the woman’s job to keep Adam in line. And we also know he’s lying about his marriage — that’s who is.

By the way, I have another friend whose DMs he’s slipped into in the last year or so. She didn’t post them, but if she does, you’ll see that he’s an avid serial cheater.

The screenshot messages included things like flirtatious DMs and also what Levine allegedly tells Maryka that his marriage is “complicated” and he “might get away with it.”

An exchange is:

“Never apologize for being human.”
“Ahaha, but I haven’t. I will definitely take some time off from IG though.”
“Haha. Distract yourself by fucking with me! Haha.”

Another exchange says:

“I’m obsessed with you now.”
“Dude, aren’t you like married lol”
“Yes, but it’s a bit complicated. Stuff gets hard and the vid thing didn’t help. I could escape.”

Another message reads:

“Seeing your ass shaking on that table will scare me forever but other than that I’m great. F***kkkkkk. I would do anything for that. … I would buy a steak for dinner and whisper sweet things into it.”

Omari says in the video, “I’m sorry, these women can’t destroy his house because it’s already destroyed.”

A second woman named Alyson Rosef posted a now-deleted TikTok video of her messages and said in the comments section that Levine “crossed the line” by hot calling her and asking her for photos. A TikTok user named RiRi’s Tea recorded the video and comments before Rosef deleted the video, and a Twitter user screenshotted the video showing a message in which Levine wrote, “I have 2 kids now I’m over it I want out it sucks,” though she based on her previous message that elicited this response, it sounds like he means Los Angeles. Rosef also said in the video that they never met in person.

Another woman reported DMs to her 17-year-old friend from 2018 or 2019, who she says is also from Levine. the video is also posted on RiRi’s Tea. The messages are slightly flirty, but nothing overtly sexual.


Levine said in a statement that he “crossed the line” but didn’t have an affair

Levine, who was married to the model Behati Prinsloo since 2014 and with with whom he shares two daughters with a third child on the wayHe responded in an Instagram story and denied ever cheating.

Levin wrote:

There is a lot of talk about me right now and I would like to get a taste of it. I used poor judgment when speaking to anyone other than my wife for ANY type of flirtation. I didn’t have an affair, but I crossed the line at an unfortunate time in my life. In certain cases it became inappropriate; I have addressed this and taken proactive steps with my family to remedy the situation.

My wife and my family are all I care about in this world. Being naïve and stupid enough to risk the only thing that really matters to me was the biggest mistake I could ever make. I’ll never make it again I take full responsibility. We’ll get through it. And we will get through it together.

Stroh, the original woman who accused Levine of having an affair with her, didn’t respond directly, but shortly after he made that statement, she posted an Instagram story that simply read, “Somebody get this man a dictionary.”

In her TikTok videos, Stroh also said that Levine told her his marriage was over, which is why she got engaged to him.

And in Omari’s Instagram Stories, she defended Stroh, saying she was a “good person” who made a mistake.

Omari wrote:

I keep seeing “Is this real?” “Is she doing this to get attention?” Yes, it’s real. No, she really doesn’t want any attention. One of her friends was trying to sell the screenshots she sent to tabloids, so she was kind of forced to come out with it. Regardless of what you think of her, we’ve been friends for a while and I can honestly say @sumnerstroh has always been a good person but everyone makes mistakes, especially when someone rich and famous is telling you exactly what you want to hear .

She also wrote: “[Sumner] actually told me about it ages ago… Adam Levine is a scammer. … Adam is the housebreaker. Not Sumner, nobody else. He has cheated on many other women. He does not care. He lies about his marriage to these women.”

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