Adam Levine Wanted To Name Unborn Child After A Woman He Was Having An Affair With

This love is taking its toll on me.

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The lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine, has been accused of conducting a lengthy affair with an Instagram model, even allegedly suggesting to name his next unborn child after her.

Instagram model Sumner Stroh recently divulged details of a supposed affair with the Maroon 5 singer, sharing in a TikTok video that she became involved romantically with Adam Levine during his marriage to Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo.

“At the time I was young, I was naive, and quite frankly I feel exploited. I wasn’t in the scene like I am now, so I was definitely very easily manipulated,” Stroh said in the video.

After aptly describing Maroon 5 as “elevator music”, Stroh named Levine as the man “married to a Victoria’s Secret model” she had alluded to being secretly in an affair with for over a year.

Bizarrely, Stroh says that after concluding the affair Levine “came back into my life” by informing her that he was planning to name his next child with Prinsloo “Sumner” in her honour.

“Ok serious question, I’m having another baby and if it’s w [sic] boy I really wanna name it Sumner. You ok with that? DEAD serious,” Levine allegedly wrote.

“I was like, I’m in hell. Like I have to be in hell at this point,” Stroh said about her reaction to the video.

Stroh explained that she decided to come forward after friends privy to the affair plotted to sell the story to tabloid newspapers.

“Obviously I know the implications of that come with doing what I do, making money the way I do, and being an Instagram model. So being tied to a story like this, I know the stereotypes.” Stroh said of her situation.

While gossip account Deuxmoi has received more unsubstantiated allegations of cheating from the Maroon 5 frontman, both Prinsloo and Levine are yet to confirm or deny the allegations.