Adam Levine “crossed the line” with his flirtatious behavior, but denied cheating on his wife.

The 43-year-old pop star has denied Instagram model Sumner Straw’s claims that he cheated on Behati Prinsloo – although he did admit to showing “poor judgement”.

In a statement on Instagram, Adam, who has been married to the model since 2014, said: “There is a lot being said about me right now and I want to clear the air.

“I used bad judgment to talk to anyone other than my wife in ANY flirtatious manner. I didn’t have an affair, but I crossed the line at an unfortunate time in my life.”

Adam and Behati, who have five-year-old Dusty and four-year-old Gio together, recently announced they are expecting their third child.

And although Adam admitted to “inappropriate” behavior, he promised that he would not repeat his mistake.

He said: “In some cases it has become inappropriate; I have addressed it and taken proactive steps to rectify it with my family.

“My wife and my family are all I care about in this world. Being naive and stupid enough to risk the only thing that really mattered to me was the biggest mistake I could have made. I will never do it again. full responsibility. We will survive it. And we will survive together.”

The Maroon 5 star made the statement after Sumner revealed she had been dating the singer for about a year. She also shared messages on Instagram that she claimed were from Adam.

Sumner said in a TikTok video: “At the time, I was young, naive, and quite frankly, I felt exploited.”

The Instagram model even suggested that Adam wanted to name his third child with Behati after her.

Sumner explained: “He said, ‘Okay, serious question.’ I have another child and when is it [a] boy I really want to name him Sumner. are you ok In all seriousness.”

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