As you’ve probably heard by now, we’re all trying to unravel some extremely unwarranted allegations against Adam Levine. On Monday morning, a Instagram Named model Sumner Stroh make the Internet go crazy with a TikTok videos in it she claimed she had an affair with Maroon 5 station for about a year! The receipts – screenshots of the alleged DMs from his official IG account – led most people to believe the allegations immediately.
So with so many people buying stories, the question on everyone’s mind shifts right from whether it happened to how we should react to it.
There’s obviously a lot of resentment aimed at Voice trainer. If this is true, he’s not just lying Behati Prinsloo – he even told his mistress that he would try to name the child they were expecting she! Raffish!
But there was also an immediate backlash against Sumner himself. After all, the model is not targeting Behati at all in her video. In her story, she is a victim of being “exploited” and “manipulated” because she was too “young” at the time of the alleged crime – something that, if we do our math right, started less than two years ago, when she was about 21. Now, Adam Levine is probably in his 40s, so that’s not a big age gap, but The issue that many people are concerned about is that she didn’t even mention that she regrets having contributed to a painful pregnancy while sleeping with her husband.
Look at this, obviously he is The alleged cheater here and as such will suffer bad feelings. But Stroh doesn’t sympathize with her easily either. Naturally she received a lot of criticism online. And now she’s looking to respond to that with ANOTHER video on TikTok.
On why she’s not apologetic, she said:
“I originally wanted to talk about how much regret and shame and disgust I felt towards myself, but I didn’t want people to look at it and think like, ‘Oh she’s playing the victim’.
Girl. Describe the reasons you shouldn’t blame – like being “totally manipulated”? That’s the role of the victim.
Next, she explains why she went public in the first place, which she mentioned in her first video. She says one of her friends tried to sell the story to a tabloid – and she only found out “yesterday” when the outlet contacted her for comment. . So again, she won’t openly let Behati know about her man or anything noble like that. She admits:
“I only came because I wanted to kill whatever story the tabloid had.”
In other words, she’s worried about someone telling HER’s story and someone ELSE calling her a mistress – so she wants to tell it her own way. Of course, she did.
Sumner even hinted in the new video that Adam Levine made her think he and Behati were breaking up:
“The most important part that I certainly explained was the fact that I had the impression that their marriage was over. I believe they are keeping quiet to avoid negative press because, like I said, I am new to LA.”
Excuse me, is she… new to town? Huh? What does that have to do with that? Relational ethics are pretty common, aren’t they? She explained:
“I just assumed with big celebrities that it was just that kind of thing. That’s why I feel taken advantage of. Because he knows that I believe everything he says because of my vulnerable position being new to LA. “
Well, we certainly know a lot of men who lie to women to make what they’re doing okay. Sure. But we still haven’t really dealt with the “vulnerability is new to LA” thing. It’s not like before she came to town, she’s a discreet Insta model, she doesn’t understand the complicated customs of infidelity. At some point, everyone was held accountable and received confirmation of separation from the estranged spouse in question. If that’s too awkward, then don’t even bother and move on to someone else who is completely single.
She later said that his texting to her from his real, verified Instagram account was “a manipulative tactic” – saying he was “hiding in sight.” Huh??
Look, if she’s really cheated and believes that Adam and Behati are completely over, that’s something we can sympathize with. Men definitely pull s**t like that. But again, beyond the first line about feeling self-loathing, we still haven’t seen the full extent of responsibility here. She always takes the blame one at a time, not taking responsibility for any part of her in what she says is a year-long affair. Even if she’s been fooled for a whole year, if you know better now, just try to do something wrong. That is all!
But instead, we’re watching every classic play in the book to stay innocent, right after switching from her usual TikTok outfit to a conservative polo shirt and a holy grail. price around the neck.
Th-ch-watch the video and decide for yourself (below)!
Reply @alanasanders89 addresses some of the things I wish I said in the first video
[Image via Sumner Stroh/TikTok/C.Smith/WENN.]