Two women are accusing Adam Levine of sending them flirtatious messages on Instagram as the Maroon 5 frontman continues to deny he had an extramarital affair with a social media influencer.
Influencer Alyson Rosef and a comedian known as Maryka shared screenshots of what they said were exchanges with Levine after another influencer, Sumner Stroh, claimed in a now-viral TikTok video on Monday that she had an affair with the superstar musician, who is expecting his third child with Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo.
Reps for Levine did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.
Rosef said she came forward out of pity for Prinsloo, who has been married to Levine since 2014, according to PageSix.
“I shouldn’t be talking to you, you know?” Levine wrote her, according to Rosef’s post.
“A lot of my friends knew and they were shocked,” Rosef said in her video, Page Six reported. “I guess if any other girls have experienced this with him … I just think they should post it because I really feel bad for his wife and nobody deserves this.”
Rosef posted another TikTok clip with what she said were screenshots of another chat in which Levine said Rosef got him hooked using a fishing rod emoji. When Rosef said she only listened to metal music, he allegedly replied, “Said no hot chicks ever but you.”
Both TikTok videos have since been deleted. Rosef did not respond to HuffPost’s inquiry.
Another woman, Maryka, shared what she said was an Instagram exchange in which Levine said, “I’m now obsessed with you” and encouraged her to “distract yourself by fucking me!” She also posted a video she said Levine sent her in which he said, “I’m stupid.”
“Dude, aren’t you like married?” Maryka wrote according to the stock exchange.
“Yes, but it’s a little complicated,” Levine reportedly replied. “Things get difficult and the video thing didn’t help. I can get away.”
HuffPost reached out to Maryka for comment.
The charges follow Stroh’s claim that she and Levine had an affair and that Levine asked to name his next baby after her.
Levine denied the allegations in a statement on Instagram Tuesday, though he admitted to “poor judgment.” Levine added that he “crossed the line at a regrettable time in my life.”
Stroh then posted an Instagram story saying, “Get this man a dictionary,” and Rosef and Maryka came forward with their screenshots.