Adam Levine Child Abuse Claims Are False
Adam Levine was investigated for child abuse last week after an anonymous caller made false claims to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Juvenile Division. Authorities, however, have determined the singer was wrongly accused and the allegations are completely unfounded.
Last Wednesday, an unidentified person contacted the cops and reported that the singer had hit his one-month old baby girl in the face, and also punched his wife, Behati Prinsloo, knocking her to the ground. The police visited Levine’s Los Angeles home to investigate the shocking allegations, but after speaking to Prinsloo, they determined the story was entirely made-up.
There were no visible injuries on either Levine’s wife or newborn baby, and the model herself assured the authorities the domestic abuse claims were bogus. It would appear the only victim in this situation is Levine, who was seemingly the unfair target of a prank phone call. Gossip Cop has reached out to the Maroon 5 singer’s rep for a statement, but we’ve yet to hear back.
As Gossip Cop reported, Prinsloo gave birth last month to her and Levine’s first child, a baby girl named Dusty Rose. The couple met in 2012 and wed in Mexico in July 2014, and often document their happy marriage with Instagram photos.