“General Hospital” star Haley Pullos arrested after alcohol-related crash

“That’s a freaking $400 shirt!” The soap star yelled at the firefighter who was trying to help her

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General Hospital Actress Haley Pullos has been charged with drunk driving after she was allegedly involved in an oncoming traffic accident on a Los Angeles-area freeway last month.

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Pullos, 24, was traveling on a Pasadena freeway at the time of the accident, according to documents obtained by meeting.

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She was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving the wrong direction on the freeway and causing injuries, the outlet said.

Pullos was reportedly traveling west when her white 2019 Ford swerved dangerously into an eastbound lane and struck a vehicle driven by a 23-year-old woman.

Both Pullos and the other driver, who had to be extricated from their cars by the jaws of life, were taken to the hospital. Accordingly meetingHer current condition was not disclosed, but the victim suffered “serious injuries.”

TMZ reported that while being cared for, Pullos became physically violent when one of the firefighters was assessing her condition.

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“That’s a freaking $400 shirt!” she reportedly yelled.

During a search of her car, officers said they found cannabis edibles and miniature bottles of tequila. At the hospital, Pullos showed “clear signs that she had been driving under the influence,” with officers noting that she smelled of alcohol and suffered from slurred speech and watery eyes.

The daytime star also reportedly became aggressive and attempted to argue with hospital staff before being sedated.

“Pullos was eventually arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and driving the wrong way on a freeway, which resulted in injuries,” the California Highway Patrol said in a statement.

TMZ also reported that Pullos may have been involved in a hit-and-run accident prior to the horrific highway crash.

Social media posts by the Pasadena Fire Department after the collision showed both cars were almost unrecognizable. “Earlier this morning, PFD responded to a traffic accident that required rescuing the occupants of both vehicles,” the message said, alongside a series of photos. “The cause is unknown but always a reminder to obey the speed limit, avoid alcohol and not use the phone.”

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Last week, Pullos – who played Molly Lansing-Davis General Hospital since 2009 – told Soap Opera Digest that she was taking a break to recover from the accident.

She said in a statement: “Unfortunately I was involved in a car accident and I’m fine, but I will need some time to recover. I’ll be back as soon as possible!”

For the time being, Pullos’ character has been temporarily recast, with Holiday Mia Kriegel stepping in for the role as of May 22nd.



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