Mark Salling From ‘Glee’ Accused Of Sexual Battery, Sex Without A Condom

Here’s more than you want to know about the penis of someone who is on Glee: actor Mark Salling, who plays Puck, is being sued for sexual battery for forcing ex-girlfriend Roxanne Gorzela to have sex without a condom.

As per TMZ, Gorzela claims in March 2011 she consented to have sex with Salling, 30, but requested to use a condom. She claims Salling pushed himself into her vagina anyway; she protested and he pulled out, but then he allegedly pushed himself in again. 

After the incident, Gorzela called and texted Salling, asking if he had any STDs. He reportedly ignored her. So on March 25, Gorzela showed up at his house to ask him and he allegedly shoved her to the ground, causing her to hit her head. She filed a police report at the time and TMZ posted a photo of bruises on her legs that presumably were taken after the incident.

On Friday, Gorzela filed a sexual battery and assault lawsuit against Salling, accusing him of "intentional affliction of emotional distress and negligence." His publicist has fired back by impugning the accuser’s character, saying "It’s the textbook case of a disgruntled girl looking to cash in on a TV star’s success." Klassy.

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It Turns Out Sexual Assault Does Not Make For Good Theater

Oh, the French.

Nearly two years ago, the former chief of the International Monetary Fund resigned amidst scandal after he was accused of sexually assaulting a New York City hotel maid. Dominique Strauss-Kahn ultimately had charges dropped against him after it was found that Nassifatou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant, had lied to investigators about several aspects of her personal life unrelated to the sexual assault.

In the years since, DSK has stayed in the news with another accusation that he participated in the gang rape of a prostitute and has been linked to a French prostitution ring

One might think DSK should be left to ignomiously scuttle back underneath the floorboards. But instead, he  and Diallo have been put on the stage in a Parisian production of Suite 2806, named after the room in the Sofitel Hotel in Manhattan where he allegedly forced himself upon the maid. The lead characters are named Daniel Weissberg — the most Jewish name possible, as an obvious nod to DSK’s claims that the Sofitel incident was a sting by anti-Semites — and Evangeline.

Director Phillippe Hersen described the play as a "study of morality, sexual addiction, and power with money." Of course, "sexual addiction" was DSK’s eye-rolling explanation for why he just couldn’t keep his hands off any of the many, many women he has been linked with.

Unfortunately for Hersen, his 60-minute play has been panned as "boring" and "sordid" by audience members who spoke to the AP. Might I also suggest "too soon"?

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