While conflicting reports surface about her "Glee" future, Rivera's relationship with her record label has ended.
Update: a rep for Naya Rivera has denied that she has been dropped from Columbia Records in an online statement, but has not returned request for contact. Rivera is not listed as a Columbia artist on the label's official web site. She is still featured in the previously released "Glee" cast recordings on Columbia.
Naya Rivera is no longer on the Columbia Records roster, multiple sources have confirmed to Billboard. The "Glee" star signed with the label in 2011, and did not release a full-length with Columbia.
The 27-year-old, who plays Santana Lopez on the hit Fox series, was one of the first "Glee" actors to land a solo record deal, and announced plans to begin work on an album in summer 2011. Last September, "Sorry," Rivera's debut single featuring then-boyfriend Big Sean, was released; the song did not chart on the Hot 100 and has sold 34,000 downloads to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.