‘General Hospital’ Actress Haley Pullos Sentenced to 90 Days in Jail for DUI Offense

Haley Pullos found herself in jail this week due to her DUI case. As she made her way into court, her appearance suggested that she may have had an inkling of what was about to happen.

The star of “General Hospital” was captured on camera entering the courtroom on Monday, and her expression clearly showed her displeasure with the upcoming proceedings. Ultimately, Haley decided to plead no contest to one of the charges leveled against her, specifically, driving under the influence with a .08 blood alcohol concentration, resulting in bodily injury.

According to authorities, they discovered edibles and mini-bottles of tequila in her vehicle during the incident. Additionally, they stated that she displayed evident signs of intoxication. Prior to this unfortunate collision, which resulted in the hospitalization of the other driver, law enforcement officials also accused her of being involved in a previous hit-and-run incident.

Haley has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and will subsequently be placed on 5 years of probation. In addition, she is required to complete 200 hours of community service and will have her license suspended for one year.

In the meantime, Haley will be in L.A. County Jail. It seems that she may have realized her fate a few weeks ago when she was captured on camera crying and embracing a woman. The story of Haley’s arrest was first reported by the Daily Mail.

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In April 2023, Haley was initially arrested after being accused by the police of driving on the wrong side of a freeway and causing a head-on collision with another car. Disturbing photos of the aftermath were later released, revealing the severity of the incident.


As part of the plea agreement, the prosecution has agreed to dismiss the remaining two charges against her: felony DUI causing bodily injury and misdemeanor hit and run.

We have contacted Haley’s team for comment, but we have not received a response yet.

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