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As Adam Levine battles cheating allegations, he and his pregnant wife, Behati Prinsloo, were seen together on Wednesday, grinning.
In Montecito, California, the couple was seen getting out of a white SUV as they appeared to be laughing together. In one of the photos, Levine is seen wearing a backpack that appears to belong to one of their children.
But while they were having a fun outing, a previous interview surfaced where the Maroon 5 captain admitted cheating in the past.
In an interview with Cosmopolitan in 2009, Adam said, “Instinctively, monogamy isn’t in our genetic makeup. People cheat. I cheated. And you know what? There’s nothing worse than feeling like doing it.”
On Tuesday, Levine took to his Instagram story to deny it Sumner Struh Allegations that they had an affair for a year.
“I used bad judgment to talk to anyone other than my wife in any flirtatious manner,” he wrote on his Instagram story. “I never had an affair, however, crossed the line during an unfortunate period of my life.”
Levine shared that his family “will get through it together.”
Levine and Prinsloo have two children: Dusty, 5, and Rose, 4. Prinsloo is currently pregnant with their third child.
Stroh drew a lot of attention to Levine and his marriage when she took to TikTok on Monday, claiming she was in an affair with the musician and claiming that he asked her if he could use her name for his future child’s name.
Since her claims, many women They advanced claiming to have received courtship letters from Levin.
The last woman came forward to him Former yoga instructor From 2007-2010, Alna Zabel.
She claimed that she also received cute texts, but said that the personal repercussions she experienced were much more severe than others.
Zabel shared her since-deleted Instagram story, “One day he texted me saying, ‘I want to spend the day with you naked. “I was in the bathroom, but my jealous ex-boyfriend saw him and got angry.”
She continued, writing, “I assured my ex-wife that I was sure it was Adam’s then-girlfriend, Becky, and it was wrong. I texted Adam to ask if that was the case. Adam didn’t reply…became violent, breaking my wrist.”
Zabel went on to claim that Levine had not admitted to the serious abuse she had been subjected to at the hands of her ex-boyfriend.
“Life changed tremendously, a devastating moment, and when I told Adam he ignored it, and never apologized, he kept me off the next round (sic) and liked me during one of the most devastating times of my life, all from his one flirtatious text,” she claimed.
Zabel, along with the other women, shared the hashtag #ExposeAdamLevine at the top of her story.
Carolyn Thayer of Fox News contributed to this report.