Glee Star Won't Face Charges For Alleged Rape
Former Glee actor Mark Salling will not face charges in relation to an alleged rape.
The Los Angeles District Attorney confirmed to E!News that Salling would not face court, citing insufficient evidence.
A 22-year-old woman filed a police report in April 2016 in regards to the incident.
According to the report, the victim claimed that during a relationship with the 34-year-old he "continued to pressure her" into having sex, despite her wanting to abstain until marriage.
The women then allegedly changed her mind and agreed to having sex with him before changing her mind last minute.
He then reportedly had sex with her without her giving consent.
The alleged incident occurred in 2012.
The D.A. said it could reopen the case if more evidence is presented.
Salling has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons over the past 12 months after facing federal criminal charges over the receiving and possessing of child pornography.
Of the pornographic material found in his possession, there are reportedly photos and videos depicting girls younger than 12 years old.
If convicted of receiving child pornography the actor could face between 5 years and 20 years behind bars.
If found guilty of both charges the sentence could be as long as 40 years in prison.