Adam Levine and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, showed a united front when they were spotted together for the first time amid accusations of infidelity.
In photos obtained by Daily Mail on Tuesday, the singer and his pregnant wife were seen picking up their two children from school in Montecito, California.
Levine – who was all smiles – sported a red stripe t-shirt and black shorts, while Prinsloo, 34, wore a white t-shirt with his hair in a bun.
The Maroon 5 singer, 43, recently landed in hot water after three models accused him of suing them, with one claiming she had a “physical” affair with him.
Sumner Stroh was the first to come forward, exclusively telling Page Six that her alleged affair with Levine — which allegedly lasted “about a year” — took place when she “graduated college in 2021.”
In a viral TikTok video, Stroh revealed screenshots of his messages with the “She Will Be Loved” singer.
One of the messages read: “It is truly unreal how sexy you are. As if that blew me away.
The ‘The Voice’ host – who has been married to Prinsloo since 2014 – has since addressed the accusations, denying the affair but admitting he “crossed a line”.
“I showed poor judgment by speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY flirtatious way,” Levine wrote in a statement on Instagram Tuesday.
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“I didn’t have an affair, yet I crossed the line during an unfortunate time in my life. In some cases, it became inappropriate. I addressed this issue and took proactive steps to address it with my family.
Levine – who has previously admitted to cheating before his marriage – then swore his devotion to his wife and family, saying they are “all I care about in this world”.
“Being naive and stupid enough to risk the only thing that really matters to me was the biggest mistake I could make. I’ll never do it again. I take full responsibility. We’ll get there and we’ll get there together “, he concluded.
Prinsloo – who is currently pregnant with their third child – has yet to comment publicly on the allegations but is said to be “very upset”.
Shortly after the statement, two other models shared their experiences with the “Girls Like You” singer.
The first of the two to come forward was a woman named Alyson Rosef, who shared in now-deleted TikTok videos other alleged posts from Levine.
One of the green-screen TikToks had apparent texts from the singer that read, “I shouldn’t talk to you, you know [that] isn’t it 😤? »
The second woman – comedian Maryka – also shared some of her alleged DMs with Levine, starting with her alleged post which read, “I’m now obsessed with you.”
“Dude, aren’t you married,” Maryka replied, to which Levine reportedly replied, “Yeah, but it’s a little complicated. Things get rough and the vid thing didn’t help. I could m ‘escape.
While it’s unclear which video this was referring to, Maryka also posted a selfie-style video she allegedly received from Levine showing him saying, “I’m stupid.”
The comedian wrote above the video, “Yes.”
Page Six has not verified the validity of the alleged posts and has reached out to Rosef and Maryka for comment.
Levine has neither publicly addressed the two influencers’ allegations nor responded to our requests for comment.