Ex-‘General Hospital’ Actress Haley Pullos Gets 90-Day Jail Sentence for DUI Case!

After entering a no-contest plea to driving under the influence with a.08 BAC causing bodily injury over her terrifying 2023 accident, former General Hospital star Haley Pullos was sentenced to 90 days in jail. On the daytime drama, Pullos, 25, was most known for her role as Molly Lansing-Davis. Along with her three months in jail, she was given five years of probation.

The actress looked as though she knew her destiny before she stepped into the Los Angeles courtroom on Monday. Pullos, dressed stoically in a cream-colored silk button-up and jacket with slacks, shot daggers at passing paparazzi.

She was arrested at 12:47 PM into Pasadena Jail, according to online records, but her term is supposed to be served at L.A. County Jail.

Actress Haley Pullos

Pullos has 200 hours of community service to finish after her release. A year-long suspension will also apply to her driver’s license. One year after her incarceration, the actress learned of her destiny. In April 2023, Pullos struck another car head-on while traveling on the incorrect side of the highway.

Police said Pullos lost control of her white 2019 Ford, shot over the freeway barrier, and slammed head-on with a white 2020 Kia that was traveling sixty miles per hour. Pullos had to be hauled out of her car using the jaws of life after the accident, as evidenced by pictures of the aftermath. Both cars were badly damaged.

She had two further charges at first, a misdemeanor hit and run and a felony DUI resulting in bodily injury, but those were dropped when she entered into a plea deal.

 Actress Haley Pullos

Police reported that inside Pullos’ car, they discovered edible marijuana and tiny bottles of alcohol. She allegedly became combative with hospital personnel who were examining her after the accident as well. To ensure you never miss a story.

“The damages alleged in the complaint occurred and were proximately caused by either the sole negligent and/or intentional conduct of Plaintiffs, which sole negligent and/or intentional conduct bars Plaintiff’s recovery, or were contributed by Plaintiffs’ negligent and/or intentional conduct, and Plaintiffs’ recovery, if any, should be reduced by an amount proportionate to the amount by which Plaintiffs’ negligent,” she said in the papers obtained by this outlet.

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