Adam Levine made headlines once again, only this time, it's for the worse. The Maroon 5 frontman was the subject of a police investigation after being accused of domestic violence and child abuse over his wife, Behati Prinsloo and 4-week-old daughter, Dusty Rose.
According to TMZ, the LAPD paid a visit to Levine's residence, following a call from an anonymous tipster claiming that the singer hit his infant daughter in the face and knocked Prinsloo to the ground. However, cops confirmed that the allegations were "bogus."
The source also revealed that upon the cops' visit, they were able to speak to Prinsloo and found no visible injuries to her or Dusty Rose. After the said meeting, investigators concluded that the claims were totally baseless and unfounded.
Friends close to Levine expressed their thoughts about the latest issue thrown at him and believe it's "unfair that being in the public eye means you sometimes fall victim to false, atrocious allegations." But it seems like Levine is already used to it by now and understands that false claims are inevitable being a celebrity. Reports also added that after the said incident, Levine expressed his respect and appreciation to the LAPD and is glad that they "promptly concluded the claims were untrue."
It can be recalled that Levine recently shared his joy for being a dad during an interview with Ryan Seacrest, saying, "I don't know anything, but it's kind of part of the beauty of it, honestly. There are a lot of instincts, a lot of things that kind of kick in and switch on. It's a beautiful experience." With this fans are quick to debunk the said allegations of child abuse.
As reported, there will be no further investigation to be done as the case is now considered closed and family services will not push the matter any further. So far, the identity of the said tipster remains to be unknown and there was no confirmation made whether Levine will file any complaint to the said caller.