The Adam Levine controversy could well and truly be one of the biggest cheating scandals in Hollywood since Tiger Woods with more women coming out every day since the news broke on Monday.
To get you up to date, the Maroon 5 frontman has been accused of sending flirtatious messages to several women, with one woman, Sumner Stroth claiming the two had a year-long affair, an accusation Levine has gone on to deny.
Social media are completely wrapped up in the saga across all of the major platforms with TikTok being the main source of commentary, including some famous faces.
Model Emily Ratajkowski, who is currently going through a divorce, has shown her support for Storth.
“I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about 20-something-year-old women dealing with men in positions of power. The power dynamic is so skewed, it’s ridiculous, it’s predatory, it’s manipulative,” she said.
“Also if you’re the one in the relationship, you’re the one obligated to be loyal.”
“I think a huge problem in our culture right now is that we just say, ‘Oh, men are monsters. They are terrible. They are horrible.’ We don’t hold them accountable, and then we blame other women. And we ask women to adjust their behaviour. Instead of just saying men need to change their behaviour,” she continued.
“It’s sexism, it’s classic misogyny. “
Rivervale actor Lily Reinhart tweeted, “Really appreciate the movement right now of women who are tired of protecting the reputation of awful men.”
Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause, whose dating Australian musician G Flip, also slammed Levine.
“When apologizing for cheating publicly I hate the -we will get through it together part from a man. Don’t speak for her. You’ve done enough,” she tweeted.
But the strong reaction has been actress Sara Foster who went in on Levine detailing her dad, musician David Foster, affair.
“First of all, I hate cheaters. My family was broken up when I was a child over a cheating situation,” Foster explained.
“Cheating is so gross. He’s obviously, like, a total pig and gross, but this woman who chose to make a viral TikTok video claiming — by the way, not even apologizing, but putting it out there for the world to see, for a pregnant woman to see, when she could’ve just messaged her privately — claiming it’s not her fault.
“It’s like, we don’t feel sorry for you. You knew this man was married, OK? And you participated. You could’ve easily ignored the messages. You knew he was married. We do not feel sorry for you.”
Sara’s parents David and Rebecca Dyre divorced over an affair in 1986.