44-year-old Adams also said in a statement published on Twitter that "the picture drawn by this article is upset by inaccuracy."
"Some of his details are distorted, some of them are exaggerated, some are mistaken," Adams wrote on Twitter. "I would never have had inappropriate interaction with someone I considered a minor."
A woman, now 20, has been identified by the Times with her middle name, Ava, because she was a minor at the time of her relationship with Adams.
She said that she was 14 years old when Adams first contacted her in 2013. The bass guitarist started a conversation about music, which turned into an exchange of graphic texts and video calls from Skype. During the one-and-a-half month period when she was 1
Adams often expressed concern about the girl's age, according to a report. She also reported the publication that she had lied to Adams about her age.
CNN has not independently verified statements
. digital communications between a minor and an adult have been violated.
Adams' lawyer, Andrew Bretler, told CNN that the singer has no comments other than being posted on social networks.
The Times also described situations in which Adams, known for songs like New York, New York and Gimme Something Good, contacted women under the guise of helping them pursue their professional interest in music until later make sexual advances. Musicians Phoebe Bridgers and Courtney Jay both shared their experiences with the Times. Their representatives did not immediately return CNN's request for comment.
"I'm not a perfect person and I made a lot of mistakes. For those whom I ever hurt, but unintentionally, I apologize deeply and unconditionally," Adams said in a statement on Twitter.
Moore also turned to the Times, describing cases of alleged psychological and emotional abuse.
"His supervisory behavior essentially blocked my ability to create new relationships within the industry during a very important and potentially profitable time – my entire mid-to-online 20's," she told Times.
Moore described behavior Adams was "destructive" and "maniacal."
Adams appealed Moore's account to The Times through his attorney, calling it an "absolutely inappropriate view of his relationship."
Two divorced in 2016.
Moore is currently a star in one of the highest rated drama titles, "It's We."  A representative for Moore did not immediately return the CNN request to confirm her statements, but she turned to the article in an Instagram message at the end of the Wednesday
"Speaking your truth may be hurting and calling, but it's always worth it." My heart with all women who have suffered any injury or abuse. You have seen and heard. #Sisterhoodforever. "
" As a person who has always tried to spread joy through my music and my life, hearing that some people feel that I have hurt them, that I am upset, "Adams added in his tweet. "I decided to work to be the best person I can be. And I wish all of you compassion, understanding and healing"