‘Glee’ Star Mark Salling Arrested For Possession Of Child Pornography
Who would have ever thought Mark Salling was a disgusting pedophile?!
The actor, best known for his role as as Noah “Puck” Puckerman on the hit series, “Glee,” was arrested on Tuesday after police raided his home and discovered thousands of images of “child sexual exploitation” on his personal computer.
We’re told the LAPD’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force obtained a warrant and served it Tuesday morning, as first reported by the TV show “Crime Watch Daily.”
We’re told cops searched Salling’s computer at his Sunland home and found hundreds of images. At the time of this post, Salling is being taken to the police station for booking.
Law enforcement sources say the images they captured from Salling’s computer were children … significantly younger than 15 and 16 year olds.
Our sources say an ex-girlfriend of Salling’s tipped off cops and they investigated before the raid to make sure it wasn’t a revenge allegation.
Law enforcement sources now tell us they’ve already seen more than a thousand images of “child sexual exploitation” on Salling’s computer. Cops also seized other electronic devices, including tablets and cellphones. We’re also told he lives alone, which will make it hard to argue someone else put the images in the computer.
Salling has had his share of legal problems. In 2013 he was sued by a woman who claimed he committed sexual battery on her by forcing sex without a condom. Salling denied the charge and the case settled.
DOWNLOAD OUR APP:
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: