Disgraced Glee star Mark Salling is now under investigation for allegedly raping a woman, according to a new report published by TMZ.
This comes just months after Salling was indicted on child pornography charges, and paints an even more disturbing picture of the man.
Just when you thought that Salling's life can't get any more bizarre and frightening, new - and possibly illegal - sexual exploits surface.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office is now reviewing whether to file rape charges against Salling following a 2012 incident.
A 22-year-old alleged victim claims he forced himself on her.
The unidentified accuser claims she was dating the obviously troubled actor for a few months when they went into a room to have sex.
She then changed her mind and told him, "I can't do this."
You know how the story goes from here. According to the girl, he refused to stop, TMZ reported, citing a police report filed in April 2016.
Salling has not been charged in the case, it's worth noting.
The star, who played Noah "Puck" Puckerman on Glee from 2009 to 2015, has been charged in connection with unrelated sex crimes.
He was arrested at his home in Los Angeles in December 2015 on suspicion of possessing thousands of child porno photos and videos.
In May, he was indicted on two child porn charges.
As a result, he was subsequently (and understandably) cut from the cast of the forthcoming miniseries Adi Shankar's God and Secrets.
Salling has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The TV star has also been accused of forcing unprotected sex upon his former girlfriend Roxanne Gorzela in a January 2013 lawsuit.
That lawsuit was eventually settled in March 2015, with no criminal charges filed, but not until Salling paid Gorzela a reported $2.7 million.
After Salling's child pornography charges made headlines, another ex - co-star Naya Rivera - wrote about it in her memoir, Sorry Not Sorry.
Naya Rivera wasn't surprised, she shockingly said.
"My son's nanny told me about it when the story broke," she wrote in the book, in which she also trashed co-star Lea Michele.
"I can't say I was totally shocked, but still ... WTF? Then I had no doubt that God really did have my back along the way."
Mark is set to appear in court November 7 in the porn case, but certain court documents have already been released in recent weeks.
According to court documents, there are around 100,000 pages of evidence of Mark's alleged crimes. Yes, that's correct: 100,000 pages.
"Several digital devices containing images of child pornography" are also said to exist, including one video in his possession, no less.
That clip allegedly shows five-year-old performing a sexual act. If this is even half true, it surely doesn't get more sickening than that.