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Adam Levine accused of sending flirty messages to two more models

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Adam Levine is now being accused of sending flirtatious Instagram messages to two more models.

Shortly after Sumner Stroh’s affair claims — which Levine has denied — went viral, a woman named Alyson Rosef shared her alleged direct messages with the Maroon 5 frontman, including one purportedly sent from him to her that read, “I shouldn’t be talking to you you know [that] right 😤?”

In Monday’s green screen TikTok video containing the screenshot, Rosef claimed she had “a lot more” messages but chose not to share them because they are “not appropriate” and she “didn’t feel comfortable posting everything.”

“A lot of my friends knew, and they were shocked,” she said, adding, “I guess if any other girls have experienced this with him … I just think they should post it ’cause I feel really bad for his wife, and nobody deserves this.”

In a second green screen TikTok, Rosef shared a screenshot of another alleged conversation with the musician that showed him purportedly telling her that she’s got him hooked (using a fish on a fishing pole emoji).

“I’m so weird too and only listen to metal,” she wrote, to which he allegedly replied, “Said no hot chicks ever other than you.”


“I shouldn’t be talking to you you know [that] right 😤?” he allegedly wrote to Alyson Rosef.

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“I shouldn’t be talking to you you know [that] right 😤?” he allegedly wrote to Alyson Rosef.

alyson_rose/Instagram


“I shouldn’t be talking to you you know [that] right 😤?” he allegedly wrote to Alyson Rosef.

alyson_rose/Instagram

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