Puck From Glee Has Surrendered To Authorities A Week After Being Indicted For Child Porn (UPDATE)

June 3, 2016 / Posted by:

Mark Salling, aka Puck from Glee, joined the Club of Famous Creeps a little over five months ago when he was arrested for possession of child pornography. The last time a Famous Creep was caught being a fucking creep, it was Subway Jared, and he was thrown into the system faster than a cold cut combo into a hungry mouth. The evidence against Puck from Glee was only a little less stomach-churning than that against Subway Jared, which I guess is why it took five months to get the ball rolling on this situation. But now that it’s in motion, things for Puck don’t look so good.

TMZ, UsWeekly, Entertainment Tonight, and just about everyone else is reporting that Mark Salling has surrendered to federal authorities earlier today. Mark was indicted on two counts of child pornography last week, and was scheduled to appear in court this afternoon for his arraignment. According to a report, prosecutors think Puck is a flight risk and have recommended that he remain in custody. They also think that there’s a chance he won’t show up for any more hearings if he’s granted bail. Well, it’s not as if he’ll be missing any work if he’s kept in custody. You know, since being indicted for child porn got his ass fired from his most recent acting gig.

I have no idea what this means for Puck. Maybe he’s going to jail? Maybe there will be a trial? Maybe he’ll plead guilty for a reduced sentence? Who knows. All I know is that Mark Salling probably won’t be getting any more calls from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk unless they begin work on an anthology series for FX called American Annoying Story: The People vs. The Cast of Glee. And even then, it will only be a call to let him know his character has been cut due to the audience feeling super gross every time his name is mentioned.

UPDATE: According to People and TMZ, Mark plead “not guilty” to two counts of child pornography possession this afternoon. A judge has ordered he stay at least 100 yards away from schools, parks – basically anywhere a kid might be. He’s also not allowed to be around minors, has to wear an ankle bracelet, and can only use the internet with special permission. His bail was set at $150,000, $100,000 of which was posted by himself (a friend covered the rest).

Here’s Mark Salling at the bank getting his bail money ready yesterday.

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