Just months after his indictment on child porn charges, new shocking claims of Mark Salling's sick double life have surfaced.
According to Los Angeles County District Attorney documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, a woman claims the Glee actor, 34, bribed her with booze, and that he continued to have sex with her after she begged him to stop during a date gone horrifically wrong.
After dating for few months following a chance meeting at a hotel bar in 2012, the woman — then a virgin — agreed to have sex with the star in his home.
"When the victim arrived, she told suspect 'I don't know if I can do this,'" the records states. "Suspect replied that it was normal to be nervous the first time and gave her alcohol to help her 'relax.'"
After the couple began to have sex, the woman claims she suffered "severe pain," and pleaded with him to stop.
"She also told him 'I can't do this' repeatedly. However, he did not stop," the complaint deputy writes in the new filing. "He told her repeatedly that he needed 'five mote minutes' and continued to rape her."
"At one point she yelled 'God forgive me for my sins' and began crying."
The alleged victim said she blacked out and woke up the next day. Despite the alleged assault, they continued dating until the woman learned that Salling "was having sex with other women."
Four years later, the woman recorded a conversation with Salling in which he allegedly admitted to giving her an STD, but not raping her.
"They sexual relationship resulted in her contracting sexually transmitted diseases at least two times," the report claims.
She finally addressed the police in April 2016.
"She appeared very emotional over the trauma inflicted upon her and presents as a credible and accurate historian of the events surrounding the rape," the deputy says.
However, the officer adds, there is "insufficient evidence" to file the case at this time.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Salling hasn't been let off the hook in his other criminal case.
He is next expected in court on November 7, and faces 20 years in jail for harboring illegal videos featuring children as young as 5 years old.
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