Two more women share flirty messages allegedly received from Adam Levine on social media
Two more women have come out and exposed Adam Levine after he allegedly also send the models flirtatious messages while interacting on social media.
This comes after Levine apologized for his actions due to his conversation with Instagram Influence Sumner Stroh, who even claimed to have had a physical relationship with the singer, something that Adam Levine has denied categorically.
Models Maryka and Alyson Rose are the two newest accusers of Adam Levine’s flirty exchanges while messaging on Instagram, with the Maroon 5 singer even asking one of them: I shouldn’t be talking to you you know that right?
With her responding that if they were only friends that could be appropriate, shared Alyson Rose in a since deleted TikTok, were she replied she had many more messages but had decided not to share them as she didn’t feel comfortable doing so, adding she feels really bad for Levine’s wife .
On the other hand Maryka, who’s also a comedian, said on her Instagram stories that Levine slided into her DM’s and told her that he was now obsessed with her.
To which Maryka replied, Dude aren’t you like married, with the singer allegedly responding that indeed he was married but it was a bit complicated.
And in one message Adam Levine allegedly tells her to distract herself by f**king him.
She accompanied the photo with an #exposeadamlevine hashtag.
Adam Levine was photographed this Tuesday alongside his wife Behati Prinsloo after they picked up their kids from school in Montecito, California, and the couple seemed to be unbothered by the tabloids news and were seen smiling at the presence of paparazzis.
This was after the singer posted a statement acknowledging he had behaved inappropriately with another woman that wasn’t his wife, but still denying any affair.
Adam Levine is an American singer, songwriter and musician, who is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the pop rock band Maroon 5. Levine began his musical career in 1994 with the band Kara’s Flowers, of which he was the lead vocalist and lead guitarist.