Adam Levines Says Monogamy Isn't In Our Genetic Makeup Affair Isn't In Our Genetic Makeup

Adam Levines Says Monogamy Isn't In Our Genetic Makeup Affair Isn't In Our Genetic Makeup ...

Adam Levine, 43, admitted to cheating over a decade before being accused of being unfaithful to his wife Behati Prinsloo, 34. "Instinctively, monogamy is not in our genetic makeup," the Maroon 5 vocalist said in 2009, five years before he married Behati, who is currently expecting their third child. "There is nothing worse than the shock of doing it."

Following the recent claims that he cheated on Behati, Adam's tweets from 13 years ago have gone viral. Sumner claimed that she had a year-long affair with the "Misery" singer, and shared explicit messages from Adam, who allegedly asked him if he could name his third child after her. Adam denied the affair but admitted to acting "inappropriate."

Adam said, "To be this naive and stupid enough to risk the only thing that really matters to me was the greatest mistake I could ever make." We will all get through it, and we will get through it together.

Three additional women have come forward with their own allegations about Adam's allegedly flirtatious messages. Alanna Zabel, who claimed she was Adam's yoga instructor between 2007 and 2010, claims she received a "flirty text" from the former The Voice judge, saying in the text that he wanted to "spend the day" with her "naked."

Behati hasn't spoken publicly about her husband's allegations until later that day. Dusty Rose, 5, and Gio Grace, 4, were photographed picking them up from school on Sept. 20, the day after news of Adam's alleged affair broke. They both smiled in spite of the news.

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