On Friday, “Glee” star, Mark Salling pleaded not guilty to a judge on two counts of child pornography charges.
According to US Weekly, Salling was up on two federal charges “of receiving and possessing child pornography after authorities seized thousands of images of underage girls on his laptop, a hard drive and a USB flash drive last December.”
U.S. Magistrate Judge Rozella A. Oliver set his bail to $150,000 and listed a laundry list of restrictions the actor must abide by. Some of the restrictions include wearing a GPS device for 24 hour monitoring and mandatory drug testing. He also will only be allowed to wear approved electronic devices and his passport will be taken away.
Salling will be paying $100,000 of the bail money from his own pockets to guarantee future appearances in court.
The actor has also been ordered to stay at least 100 feet away from schools, parks, arcades and other places where children might be.
He also was dropped from the upcoming miniseries “Gods and Secrets.”