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Sorry, Naya Rivera’s not sorry.

The “Glee” star opened up about her life in a new tell-all memoir, “Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes and Growing Up.” In the book, she reveals her initial reaction to hearing the news about her ex-boyfriend Mark Salling’s child pornography allegations.

“My son’s nanny actually told me about it when the story broke,” she wrote. “I can’t say I was totally shocked, but still — WTF? Then I had no doubt that God really did have my back along the way. When Mark dumped me, I thought it was the worst thing ever, but can you imagine if that didn’t happen? And I was laying there in bed when the battering ram came through the door?”


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Rivera made other admissions about her ex. She wrote that Salling asked her on their first date in 2009; during the date, she said that he got high in his “complete piece of shit car” and then took her to Fright Fest at Six Flags, where he proceeded to take photos with performers and none with her. Not a great start.

The couple ended up dating for three years, something Salling asked, at the urging of his publicist, to be kept secret to save his image.

“I had a feeling his pretending to be single had less to do with his publicist and more to do with his dick,” Rivera wrote.

Turns out, her suspicions were true, and Salling cheated on her. To get revenge, Rivera and a pal trashed his car with soda, eggs, birdseed and dog food. But they continued their relationship for a little while longer before Salling ended things for good.

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“For a while, there was drama on set, because we hated each other and I didn’t even want him looking at me,” she wrote. “Any time a new person was added to the show, it was like fresh meat being dropped into a piranha tank.”

Rivera rebounded with another co-star, Chord Overstreet, and moved on from her relationship with Salling. Yet despite all the drama, Rivera claims she wouldn’t change a thing.

“I think everyone should have that one relationship where you look back and ask yourself, ‘What the hell was I thinking?’ You’ll learn something and you won’t regret it,” she wrote. “Unless, of course, that relationship was with someone who had a sizable stash of child porn on his computer. Then, by all means, regret everything.”

(H/T: Page Six)

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