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18 January 2013 @ 11:06 am
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Current Location: Euphoria Lane
Current Mood: lj don't fuck this up
Current Music: Baby Got Back - Adam's Apples
18 January 2013 @ 11:55 am
Glee made its name on enthusiastic unoriginality. The hit TV show, in which high school teens sing syrupy-sweet covers of famous pop tunes, has never really relied on new musical material. But the cover arrangements on the show are often very original—smart, interesting reharmonizations and mash-ups that often make even the tiredest pop tunes sound fresh.

However, with one of their arrangements for next week's episode, Glee appears to have flagrantly stolen an arrangement from geeky songwriter Jonathan Coulton.

Coulton, well-known for his now-classic video game anthem "Still Alive" from the game Portal (as well as for performing on our roof deck that one time), tweeted about the song this morning:

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18 January 2013 @ 05:01 pm
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betty when you call me you can call me val
18 January 2013 @ 08:31 pm
Mark Salling -- a "Glee" star -- is being sued by a woman who claims he committed sexual battery by forcing sex without a condom.

Roxanne Gorzela claims in her lawsuit ... she began dating Mark in Sept., 2010. She says in March 2011, before she had to go on a trip to Canada, they hooked up ... and things got hot and heavy. Roxanne acknowledges she consented to having sex with Mark -- but ONLY with a condom.

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Roxanne is asking for unspecified damages. So far, no comment from Mark.

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Mark Salling: There Is ‘No Truth’ to Sexual Battery Lawsuit

Glee" star Mark Salling is being sued by a woman, Roxanne Gorzela, who claims he committed sexual battery by forcing sex without a condom, according to TMZ. The incident supposedly occured in March 2011.

Gorzela also alleges that when she went to Mark's house later to confront him about emotional distress she was suffering, he pushed her down to the ground after she found him in bed with another woman.

Now, Salling is firing back.

"There is no truth to this," Salling's rep tells omg! in an exclusive statement. "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."

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