Stroh, 23, said in a TikTok video Monday that she “fully realize[s]” she is “not the victim” in the situation.
“I’m not the one getting hurt in this. It’s Behati and her children,” Stroh continued, referencing the pregnant star’s daughters, Dusty, 5, and Gio, 4.
“And for that, I’m so, so sorry,” she concluded.
Levine, 43, admitted Tuesday that he “crossed the line” with Stroh and took “full responsibility” for his actions, though he denied cheating on his 34-year-old wife.
“I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner,” he wrote on his Instagram Story. “In certain instances it became inappropriate; I have addressed that and taken proactive steps to remedy this with my family.
“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.”
In the comments section of her mea culpa, TikTok users accused Stroh of “glossing over” her apology to Prinsloo.
When one person wrote that the University of Texas graduate “never said sorry,” she replied, “Yes I did.”
Earlier in the social media upload, Stroh claimed she was previously “under the impression” that the Maroon 5 frontman’s “marriage was over” when their communications began.
“I believed they were keeping [their split] quiet to avoid the negative press,” she alleged. “In retrospect, I wish I would have questioned things more. I wish I wasn’t so naive, but being naive is not an excuse for what I did and the role I played in this.”
Stroh went on to call Levine’s messages to her from his verified Instagram account a “manipulation tactic,” claiming the singer hid “in plain sight.”
She added, “As soon as I had realized [he was still with his wife], I had cut things off with him.”
In her initial video earlier that same day, which has since amassed more than 15 million views, Stroh alleged that she had an affair with Levine and felt “exploited” by him.
She went on to claim to Page Six exclusively that the cheating began “last year” when she “graduated college,” noting that she has not spoken to the former “The Voice” coach “for months” since their alleged “physical” affair.
Stroh claimed in her first video that the Grammy winner, who married Prinsloo in July 2014, recently “came back into [her] life” with a message about his upcoming arrival.
“Ok, serious question,” read Levine’s alleged DM to her. “I’m having another baby and if it’s [a] boy I really wanna name it Sumner. You ok with that? DEAD serious.”
Reps for Levine and Prinsloo have not responded to Page Six’s multiple requests for comment.
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