Naya Rivera of ‘Glee’ Accused of “Egging”, “Keying” Etc. Mark Sailing’s Car

August 27th, 2010 - 8:21 pm ICT by Angela Kaye Mason  

glee1 Aug 27 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Naya Rivera and Mark Sailing are both co stars on the hit television show ‘Glee’. The two of them dated for a brief time at the beginning of the year, and we even spotted in an embrace at the pre-Golden Gloves party in the month of January. Although the couple swore that they were not an exclusive couple, Rivera got upset when she became aware of all of the women whom Sailing had allegedly been dating over the summer. So upset, in fact that she was said to have thrown eggs, and dog food at his car and “keyed” it as well.

According to ‘UsWeekly’, Naya Rivera and some of her friends trashed Mark Sailing’s car in an episode that would make the Carrie Underwood song “Before He Cheats” pale in comparison. A source was said to have shared with the magazine “When Naya found out, she and some pals trashed his Lexus.”

‘RadarOnline’ reported, “Naya and a girlfriend went to a liquor store around 1 am and bought eggs and dog food. They were laughing hysterically the whole time they were in the store,” the eyewitness said. “They didn’t seem drunk, they were just being silly.”

Accordong to ‘RadarOnline’, the girls also allegedly took a set of keys and carved deep gashes into the paint of Sailing’s Lexus, an act which is known as “keying” the car. The act of throwing eggs at the vehicle is known as “egging”.

Samantha Marq, who is a friend of Sailing was said to have stated, “He’s on top of the world right now and living it up. Besides, it’s hard to call it infidelity when they weren’t officially together!”

However, Mark Sailing posted a Tweet soon after the story broke which quells the rumors, and shows just how fast a story from Hollywood can grow. “Silly rumors, we’re the best of friends,” he said, letting the world know that there is apparently no animosity between the two of them.

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