'Glee' star denies jealous castmate vandalized car

Dianna Agron, left, and Naya Rivera sell cupcakes

Dianna Agron, left, and Naya Rivera sell cupcakes at the Glee Club's bake sale in the "Wheels" episode of "Glee" on Fox. (Credit: Fox)

One of the "Glee" Cheerios used another breakfast food to communicate her distaste for a castmate looking at other girls. Or did she?

Naya Rivera, who plays Santana, a member of the Cheerios cheerleading squad on the high-school musical series, lived up to her character's devilish name, according to Us magazine, when she allegedly egged and keyed a Lexus belonging to co-star Mark Salling, who plays bully turned glee-clubber Noah "Puck" Puckerman.

Though the two had dated, they were never exclusive, Salling's friend, singer Samantha Marq, told the magazine. "[I]t's hard to call it infidelity when they weren't officially together."

Yet an hour-and-a-half after Us posted the news on its website, Salling, 28, Tweeted, "Btw I don't even drive a Lexus," and later added, "Silly rumors, we're the best of friends," and posted a photo of them playfully roughhousing on the set.

This didn't stop RadarOnline.com from reporting that Rivera also pelted the car with dog food, and quoting a supposed eyewitness source:

"Naya and a girlfriend went to a liquor store around 1 a.m. and bought eggs and dog food. . . . They were laughing hysterically the whole time they were in the store [and] didn't seem drunk; they were just being silly."

Radar later reported Salling's denial.

Which leads one to wonder just whose car Rivera, 23, allegedly keyed, egged and dog-fooded.

Her representative did not return Us' request for comment.

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