Happy and together: Adam Levine and his wife were seen for days of controversy for alleged infidelity | TV and Show

The singer has been involved in controversy after a model claimed to have maintained a relationship with him while married. Likewise, other women denounced suggestive and insistent messages from the artist.

2 days after the singer was accused of committing infidelity, Adam Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo were seen on the streets of Montecito, California with their 2 children. This would be the first public appearance of him after the controversy.

The scoop was brought by the Daily Mail news portal, who published the images. According to the media the couple had just picked up their children from school.

It was last Monday, September 19, that the American model Sumner Stroh assured through social networks that Levine had an extramarital relationship with her years agobeing married.

Stroh publicized the situation through a video on TikTok, which went viral. In the record he showed screenshots of alleged conversations with Levine. There the singer flirted with him and even asked him if he could name his next child after him.

Adam Levine’s response

Later, the singer published a statement about it, where He assured that he had not cheated on his wife, but he had sent “flirtatious” messages.

“I did not use good judgment when talking to someone who is not my wife in a flirtatious way. I did not have an affair, however, I crossed the line during an unfortunate period of my life, ”she acknowledged.

Likewise, he added that “at times I behaved inappropriately; I addressed it and took steps to remedy it with my family. My wife and my family is all that matters to me in this world.”

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Nevertheless, Hours after his statements, other women also reported suggestive and insistent comments from the artist. “Distract yourself having sex with me” or “I had never seen a girl hotter than you”, were some of his messages.

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