Adam Levine is being accused of faking Instagram messages to models

Adam Levine is being accused of faking Instagram messages to models ...

Adam Levine is currently being accused of smuggled Instagram messages to two additional models, according to reports that a woman named Alyson Rosef shared her alleged direct messages to the Maroon 5 singer, one of which was said to be "I should not be conversing with you," according to Sumner Stroh.

Alyson Rosef promised to send'much more' messages, but she chose not to share them because they were 'unsuitable,' and she felt it was'very awkward' to post them, adding, 'I guess if any other girl has encountered this with him,' and no one deserves it. In a second green screen TikTok video, Adam Levine allegedly tells Alyson Rosef that she has him hooked.

Adam Levine was accused of sending flirty messages to TikTok influencers. An Instagram model assured him that the vocalist supposedly dated her for a year and later inquired whether he might name his child after her. According to Page Six, two additional models have accused Adam Levine of sending them flirty messages. Rosef claimed she has decided not to disclose them because they are inappropriate.

Maryka, a comedian, posted a message to Adam Levine on her Instagram Story on Tuesday, saying, "I'm currently fixated on you." The comedian said, "Yes however it's complicated." I'd rather leave the house." According to Sumner Stroh, Adam Levine made an announcement, "I didn't have an affair," but, I crossed the line in some instances."

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