” It became inappropriate in certain instances. I have dealt with my family and have taken active steps to rectify the situation”.

Recall that it all started this week when model Sumner Stroh revealed on TikTok that she had a year-long affair with Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine.

“‘I had an affair with a man who is married to a Victoria’s Secret model,’ Sumner revealed. “‘At the time, I was young, naive, and frankly, I felt exploited. I wasn’t on the ‘stage’ like I am now, so I was elementary to manipulate.”

She then showed the alleged correspondence between the two on a green screen:

According to Sumner, after she hadn’t spoken to Adam in months, he casually asked her if she would mind if he named his future child after her:

” I was morally compromised. I was completely manipulated,” Sumner said. “I wanted to deal with it privately. But I never wanted to talk about it because I know what I’m doing – making money the way I do, being an Instagram model … can lead to. I know what the stereotypes are.”

Sumner added that she shared the screenshots with her friend, who allegedly tried to sell them to the tabloid.

As a result, the whole situation – especially the baby name story – became a high-profile scandal and meme on the Internet. Many viral tweets appeared:

Adam has now stated on his Instagram. “A lot is being said about me right now, and I want to set the record straight. When I spoke to anyone other than my wife in ANY flirtatious manner, I acted unwisely,” he wrote.

” I have not had an affair in my life; however, I crossed the line at an unfortunate time in my life. It was inappropriate in certain instances. With my family, I have dealt with it and have taken active steps to rectify the situation,” Adam said.

” The only things that matter to me are my wife and family. Allowing myself to be so naive and foolish as to risk the only thing that truly matters to me was the biggest mistake I could ever make.”

“I will never make it from now on. I take full responsibility,” he said. “We’re going to get through this. And we’ll get through it together.”