It didn't take long for Mark Salling to stay behind bars.
On Tuesday, the actor from Glee was arrested for alleged possession of child pornography. And in just a matter of hours, he was bailed out for $20,000.
According to TMZ, Salling was booked for allegedly possessing more than 1,000 salacious images of children specifically of minors "engaging in or simulating sexual conduct." And not only was he let out with the help of his family, but the site captured him in the passenger seat of a car.
The video is really brief and shows the car turning onto a street and speeding off, possibly to get away from prying eyes.
The site mentioned that if someone has more than 600 images of child porn, then the maximum punishment is five years in prison.
At this point, it's pretty unclear on what's going to happen next.
Last year, Salling spoke to People about the death of Cory Monteith, his former co-star from Glee who died at 31.
"Cory Monteith was a great leader as a character and person in real life," Salling told the publication. "It's a big, obvious hole. I still think about him all the time. He was kind of like the quarterback of the show, which sounds cliché because the [tribute] episode was called that, but he was kind of like that in real life."
Salling played Noah 'Puck' Puckerman on the series.