Mark Salling: Accused of Sexual Battery In New Lawsuit!

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Glee star Mark Salling has been accused of sexual battery by a woman who claims Salling forced her to have sex without a condom. Roxanne Gorzela says in a lawsuit against Salling that she began a relationship with him in 2010 and consented to sex with him but only with a condom. Gorzela claims Salling brushed her off and began to have sex with her, sans a condom and she protested. She went to his home on a different occasion to confront him about her health concerns onlt to find him in bed with another woman according to TMZ. “There is no truth to this,” Salling’s rep tells E! News. “We turn the rest over to Mark’s attorneys and have no further comment.” Gorzela is seeking damages.

Mark Salling — a “Glee” star — is being sued by a woman who claims he committed sexual battery by forcing sex without a condom.

Roxanne Gorzela claims in her lawsuit … she began dating Mark in Sept., 2010. She says in March 2011, before she had to go on a trip to Canada, they hooked up … and things got hot and heavy. Roxanne acknowledges she consented to having sex with Mark — but ONLY with a condom.

The suit, filed by attorney Philip J. Layfield, alleges 30-year-old Mark blew off her demand and proceeded to “insert his penis into [her] vagina without a condom.”

She says she protested and Mark pulled out, but re-engaged again without a rubber.

And, Roxanne says, it got worse. She claims later that month she went to Mark’s house to confront him about the emotional distress she was suffering and her “health concerns.” She says she found him in bed with another woman.

Roxanne says she demanded on the spot he prove that he was clean — no STDs — and he allegedly responded by grabbing her and pushing her to the ground.

Roxanne says she went to the cops and filed a police report the same day.

Roxanne is asking for unspecified damages. So far, no comment from Mark.


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