Pregnant Behati Prinsloo is reportedly “very upset” over the allegations that her husband, Adam Levine, cheated on her.
On Tuesday, Levine denied that he had an affair with anyone, insisting that he only “crossed the line” by engaging in “flirtatious” conversations.
“He admitted that he went behind [Prinsloo’s] back and has been inappropriate,” a source close to the Victoria’s Secret Angel told People Tuesday. “He admitted that he acted like an idiot. She is still very upset though.”
The insider claimed Prinsloo, 34, is “100 percent committed to her family” and added that Levine “is very understanding about her feelings.”
“He is trying his best to make things better,” the source said. “He never wants a divorce.”
Meanwhile, another insider told the outlet every marriage has “challenges” but that Levine “knows this was his mistake.”
“He is committed to Behati and wants to make things work,” the second informant claimed.
In his Instagram Story statement earlier Tuesday, the Maroon 5 frontman, 43, admitted that he “used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than [his] wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner” but did not name names.
“I did not have an affair, nevertheless, I crossed the line during a regrettable period of my life,” he wrote, acknowledging that his interactions “in certain instances” were “inappropriate.”
“I have addressed that and taken proactive steps to remedy this with my family,” Levine claimed, going on to call his behavior “naive and stupid.”
Levine’s post came one day after Instagram model Sumner Stroh made headlines for claiming in a viral TikTok video that she had a year-long affair with the musician.
The 23-year-old claimed to Page Six that her alleged relationship with Levine — which she claims took place “last year” when she “graduated college in 2021” — was indeed “physical.”
Two other women have since come forward to accuse Levine of sending them flirty Instagram messages — Alyson Rosef and comedian Maryka — both of whom shared their alleged DMs with the “Girls Like You” crooner on social media.
Page Six has not verified the validity of the alleged DMs and has contacted both Rosef and Maryka.
Neither Levine nor Prinsloo have responded to our requests for comment.
According to Stroh, Levine recently came back into her life to ask her about naming his forthcoming son after her.
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