Sorry, but this post doesn't start off on a happy note. It may not end on a happy note, either.On Tuesday, Mark Salling, the actor known for playing Puck on Glee, was found dead by suicide, CNN reported. In recent years, Salling's name had become tainted after it was discovered that he was in possession of child pornography in 2015. Following his arrest, Salling pleaded guilty to possession and was scheduled for sentencing in March. The 35-year-old actor was facing four to seven years in prison.After news of his suicide broke, Salling's former Glee co-star, Matthew Morrison, posted a photo of himself with Salling and Cory Monteith, another Glee co-star who died of an overdose in 2013. Morrison captioned the photo with angel emojis. View this post on Instagram 😇😔😇 A post shared by Matthew Morrison (@matthewmorrison) on Jan 30, 2018 at 12:33pm PSTA number of people commented with anger at Morrison's post. Instagram: Matthew Morrison Instagram: Matthew Morrison Instagram: Matthew MorrisonOthers understood the place of sadness from which Morrison posted his image. Instagram: Matthew Morrison Instagram: Matthew Morrison Instagram: Matthew MorrisonTim Davis, who worked on the 'Glee' as a vocal arranger and coach, shared his thoughts.Today we lost another #Glee cast member.Yes, he committed crimes against children.Yes, it's horrific. But #MarkSalling was a broken man, no doubt an abuse victim himself. I loved Mark, and am sad when I consider the devastation of his parents. PLEASE withhold your cruel comments.— Tim Davis (@loudmouthmuch) January 30, 2018 Let me be clear. Having compassion for #MarkSalling in no way minimizes his crimes, nor does it minimize the pain and devastation of the victims of those crimes. I'm just saying stop adding to his family's pain. This was their son. If you're without sin, feel free to cast stones.— Tim Davis (@loudmouthmuch) January 30, 2018 The question of whether the people who commit crimes, as well as their family and friends, deserve sympathy is especially pertinent to Hollywood now given the number of men who have been outed for sexual harassment and violence.Yep, I was right: no happy ending for this post.