WARNING: The following story contains disturbing information about the arrest of Mark Salling.
As previously reported, Salling was arrested at his California home early Tuesday morning after authorities executed a search warrant and found a countless number of inappropriate pictures on his computer.
The former Glee star was booked on charges of child pornography.
According to TMZ, the police were 100% certain they would find incriminating evidence against Salling, due, in part, to an interview with an unnamed girlfriend.
That evidence now allegedly includes hundreds of photos of children under the age of 10 years old, depicted in sexual situations of some kind.
The LAPD's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has seized Salling’s desktop computer, cellphone, tablet and laptop and are in the process of carefully combing through each device to see what else it can find.
The actor was released on $20,000 bond on Tuesday afternoon.
The maximum sentence in California for someone having more than 600 images of child pornography is five years in prison.
Salling, whose reps are yet to comment on the arrest, was sued in 2013 for sexual assault and battery by a woman who claimed he had unprotected sex with her against her will.
The lawsuit was eventually settled.
Salling is best known for having played Noah "Puck" Puckerman on Glee, a character who started out the show's run as somewhat of a bully, but who evolved and joined the Air Force by the time the series concluded.