Roxanne Gorzela said she began dating Salling in September of 2010. Her lawsuit claims that in March of 2011, just before she had to go on a trip to Canada, the couple met, with things getting frisky. Gorzela said she agreed to consensual sex with Salling, but only if he wore a condom.
The suit was filed by Gorzela's attorney Philip J. Layfield, and alleges Salling proceeded to "insert his penis into [Gonzela's] vagina without a condom." The lawsuit states that once she protested and Salling pulled out, but then re-entered, still without a condom.
While that seems to be the focus of the lawsuit, there is additional information. Gorzela's lawsuit also says that she later that month she visited Salling, with the intention of confronting him over his actions, as well as her emotional distress about the event and her "health concerns." At that time, she says she found him making love to another woman.
Gorzela's suit then says she demanded that he prove that he was free of STDs, and he allegedly responded to that by grabbing her and shoving her to the ground. Gorzela said she filed a police report later that day.
Gorzela's lawsuit asks for unspecified damages.
In response, however, a Salling representative said:
There is no truth to this. It's the textbook case of a disgruntled girl looking to cash in on a TV star's success.
We turn the rest over to Mark's attorneys and have no further comment.
Salling is perhaps best known for his role as Noah "Puck" Puckerman on the comedy television series, "Glee."