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Adam Levine’s former yoga teacher says his flirty text to her led to a dark incident

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Former yoga instructor Adam Levine didn’t like the singers’ reaction after his sweet message caused her serious problems. (Esteban Felix/The Associated Press)

At first, an Instagram model accused Maroon 5 striker Adam Levine of cheating. Soon after, two other women reportedly brought to light the flirting messages they said they exchanged with the singer.

Now, a third woman came forward. The yoga instructor’s story, more than a decade ago, began with Levine’s courtship and ended in a much darker place—albeit not because of the “Moves Like Jagger” singer’s fault.

Alanna Zabel, who said she was Levine’s teacher from 2007 to 2010, wrote on Instagram that the performer sent her cute text messages during that time, before he met Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo and married her in 2014.

“One day he texted me ‘I want to spend the day with you naked,'” she wrote in an Instagram Stories post that has since been deleted (via Fox News). “I was in the bathroom but my jealous ex-boyfriend saw him and got angry.”

She reportedly continued, writing, “I assured my ex that I was sure it was for Adam’s then-girlfriend, Becky, and that was wrong. I texted Adam to ask if that was the case. Adam didn’t reply…and my ex became violent. He broke my wrist.”

It was not clear whether the “ex” was a friend or ex-lover at the time of the incident.

Late Tuesday, she added context about her initial comments, writing in another Instagram post, “First, Adam’s text wasn’t wrong, IMO,” and added, “Second, Adam was not responsible for my abusive ex-boyfriend, or his actions.”

What frustrated her, she said, about Levine was how he responded afterward.

It was a wrist fracture”[m]Zabel said her life was a resolutely changed, devastating moment,” causing her to miss yoga practice and her home. She had to deal with the fallout after her emotional abuse turned physical. When she told Levine what happened, according to The Sun, she said she said, “I’ve He ignored it, never apologized, took me out of the next round and tortured me during one of the most devastating times of my life…all from his one flirtatious text.”

Zabel noted in a comment on her Instagram post that she hopes, given the current situation, Levin going forward will be “honest and real” and “an example for men how to treat women, because children are sexy! way”.

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She wrote that she knows Levine has a good heart and hopes he can prepare his young daughters “to become empowered, intelligent, and respected young women one day.”

As for Levine’s apparent history of online flirtation, a source who spoke to People on Tuesday may have nailed the reason.

“Why would he do this? He loved the attention,” the source said. “He loves her more than anyone.”

The source said Levine craves “female attention” but insists to those around him that “nothing physical has happened” with any of the women he’s flirting with.

Instagram model Sumner Stroh posted a video Monday on TikTok in what she later said was an attempt to kill a popular story that was about her interactions with Levine. The DMs described the singer’s courtship and said they had been “in an affair” for about a year – an affair that was over. Struh later told Page Six that the case was “physical,” something Levine denied.

“At that time I was young, I was naive,” Stroh said in a video. “Honestly, I feel exploited. I wasn’t in the ‘scene’ like I am now, so it was very easy to take advantage of me.” She blamed her naivety on her age – she’s now 23 – and on the fact that she didn’t yet live in Los Angeles.

Levine chose “purify the air” on Tuesday in an Instagram Stories post that has since disappeared.

“I have used poor judgment in speaking to anyone other than my wife in any flirtatious manner. I have never had an affair, however, during an unfortunate period in my life,” he wrote, explaining that “in certain cases this has become inappropriate.”

He continued, “My wife and family are all I care about in this world. Being that naive and stupid enough to risk the only thing that really matters to me was the biggest mistake I could make. I won’t do it again. I take full responsibility. We’ll get through it. Together, we’ll get through it.”

This story originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

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