Dopo la rivelazione del suo scandalo traditore, Adam Levine è nella cuccia con sua moglie da otto anni, Behati Prinsloo, e il pubblico in generale. Tutto è iniziato il 19 settembre, quando la modella Sumner Stroh ha pubblicato un TikTok che raccontava la sua presunta relazione con il frontman dei Maroon 5. Secondo Stroh, lei e Levine hanno iniziato la loro relazione extraconiugale nel 2021 quando lei aveva 23 anni. “All’epoca, ero giovane, ero ingenua e, francamente, mi sento sfruttata”, ha confessato Stroh nel suo video.
Well, it looks like "Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause — who was divorced by her ex-husband Justin Hartley in 2021 — has a major issue with Levine's apology.
Adam Levine's words rubbed Chrishell Stause the wrong way
Actor Chrishell Stause is no stranger to having her romantic relationships scrutinized by the public and social media, such as with her "Selling Sunset" boss Jason Oppenheimer and singer G Flip. In response to Adam Levine's public statement regarding his alleged cheating, Stause indirectly sent some choice words to the adulterous singer. "When apologizing for cheating publicly I hate the -we will get through it together part from a man," Stause tweeted on September 20. "Don't speak for her. You've done enough." Although Stause didn't tag anyone on the post, it's clear she's referring to Levine saying "we will get through it together" in his public response. In the replies to her tweet, Stause agreed with a fan who said that Levine should have taken sole accountability for his actions.
As good as making an effort to "get through it together" is, high-profile divorce attorney Holly Davis is not predicting a happy ending for Levine and Prinsloo. In a statement obtained by Nicki Swift News, Davis believes that Levine's social media flirtation alone is "a symptom of a larger problem within the relationship."
"If two people aren't communicating well in a relationship," Davis added. "And one person is willing to take the risk to look for attention or flirtation outside of the marriage instead of working steadfastly on themselves and the connection with their spouse, I do see that leading to divorce."