Former "Glee" actor Mark Salling may face even more legal trouble. Last year, the actor was arrested in December for possessing hundreds of images and two videos of underage girls. Not even a year after his arrest a woman has come forward claiming the actor forced himself on her. TMZ reports Salling is accused of raping a 22-year-old woman. The alleged Rape victim filed a police report in April 2016. The woman says she had been dating the actor for several months at the time of the alleged rape four years ago.

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Documents show the woman entered a room to have intercourse with Salling but she changed her mind. That's when the 34-year-old forced himself on her. The couple reportedly first met at a hotel bar in 2012.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office drops the case 

According to documents obtained by the Huffington Post, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office filed a declination regarding Salling's case. Deputy District Attorney Emily T. Spear issued this statement to the Huffington Post saying in part," She appeared very emotional over the trauma inflicted upon her and presents as a credible and accurate historian of the events surrounding the rape.

However, given the delay in reporting the crime, suspect’s apparent denial of the rape in victim’s pretext to call him and lack of other corroboration, there is insufficient evidence, at this time, to file this case.” 

Mark Salling's other accusers 

This isn't the first time Salling is accused of rape. In 2013, he was sued by ex-girfriend Roxanne Gorzela. Gorzela accused the "Glee" star of committing sexual battery. He allegedly forced her to have intercourse without a condom. The case was settled for $2.7 million in 2015. 

Mark Salling indicted on child-porn charges

Salling, who played Noah Puckerman on the hit Fox show "Glee," was arrested last December in his Los Angeles home. Law enforcement seized his laptop and a USB drive which allegedly contained thousands of images of child pornography.

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He was indicted in May of this year.