Sara Foster is being accused of “misogyny” for posting a TikTok video in which she criticized Adam Levine’s alleged mistress Sumner Stroh.
The “90210” actress ranted about both Levine — whose name she didn’t mention — as well as Stroh, but mainly focused her ire on the Instagram model’s participation in the alleged tryst; however, the Maroon 5 frontman has denied being unfaithful to his wife, Behati Prinsloo.
“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,” Foster, 41, kicked off her now-viral diatribe.
“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.”
Foster — whose parents, David Foster and Rebecca Dyre, divorced over an affair — called for women to “do better” by not getting involved with married men.
“This chick is giving women a very bad name. I think that as women we need to do better,” Sara continued. “Men are big. We know that. They’re always going to be dogs, but as women we need to do better and not get wrapped up in this bulls–t.”
Fellow TikTokers flooded the comments section to call out the former model for not placing equal blame on Levine.
“They share the responsibility! I’m not sure why that’s not commonly understood,” commented one follower.
“Why don’t you show him the same vitriol?” asked another.
“Yes both are in the wrong but this video is rooted in misogyny,” noted another. “The man should be held accountable regardless, just as much as the woman.”
Perhaps the woman who took the biggest issue with Foster’s TikTok post was Emily Ratajkowski, who appeared to respond to the Favorite Daughter co-founder’s video with one of her own.
“The power dynamic is so skewed, it’s ridiculous. It’s predatory. It’s manipulative,” the model, 31, explained. “If you’re the one in a relationship, you are the one who’s obligated to be loyal.”
After Stroh came forward with her claims about the “Harder to Breathe” crooner on Monday, two more models alleged that Levine, 43, had also sent them flirty messages while married to Prinsloo.
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel, 34, and Levine, who are expecting their third child, appear to be putting on a united front, as they were photographed picking their kids up from school on Tuesday.