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The hits keep coming for Naya Rivera. And not the good kind.

After recently denying reports that the Glee actress was fired from the Fox hit, a rep for Rivera is now refuting's claim that she was dropped from Columbia Records as well.

"To be clear, any rumors or statements made as fact, that Naya Rivera was fired or let go from Glee or dropped from her recording contract, are categorically false," her rep said in a statement. "Someone obviously has an agenda to damage Naya's good name and the media are failing at their duty to responsibly vet their sources and verify what is true and what is not. Naya's attorneys are prepared to take any and all legal action to enforce and protect her rights."

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Rivera was one of the first Glee stars to land a solo record deal, signing with Columbia Records in 2011. She released her first single "Sorry," in September 2013. Featuring then-boyfriend Big Sean, the song has sold only 34,000 downloads to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

So far, 2014 has not been Rivera's year. In addition to the reports that she has been let go from Glee and written out of the Season 5 finale in the wake of an alleged feud with co-star Lea Michele, Big Sean called off their engagement in early April.