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The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has officially charged “General Hospital” actress Haley Pullos with two felonies and one misdemeanor stemming from her April 29, 2023 arrest, a result of a near-fatal DUI car crash.

According to TMZ, charges against Pullos include one felony count of DUI causing injury, one felony count of driving with a .08 BAC (blood alcohol concentration) or higher, and one misdemeanor count of hit-and-run. Pullos pleaded not guilty to the charges and a preliminary hearing has been set for later this month.

Just before 1:30 a.m. PDT on Saturday, April 29, Pullos allegedly drove her vehicle the wrong way on the 134 freeway before colliding head-on with a 23-year-old male driver of a Kia who suffered major injuries and rushed to an area hospital. Pullos herself required help from the Pasadena Fire Department who used the jaws of life to extract her from the wrecked 2019 Ford she was driving.

Last month, it was announced that a man named Courtney Wilder is suing Pullos, alleging it’s her fault he went to the hospital after he tried to swerve his vehicle to avoid hers. Pullos was allegedly driving the wrong way on a Pasadena freeway offramp when she collided with another vehicle that was going 60 mph. Pullos was said to have been unable to exit her vehicle and required help from firefighters before being transported by ambulance to the hospital. Allegedly, while evaluating her injuries during transport, Pullos struck a firefighter and shouted, “This is a $400 f***ing shirt!”

In his lawsuit, Wilder notes that Pullos cared more about an “overpriced shirt” than the “safety and well-being of the crash victims.”

Pictures from the accident were shared online by the Pasadena Fire Department, which noted, “Pasadena Fire units responded to a traffic collision requiring rescue at the 134 Freeway/Orange Grove exit early this morning. Arriving units found two vehicles involved, with one person trapped, after a reported head-on collision. Fire personnel extricated one person from a vehicle and provided patient care and hospital transport for the occupants of both vehicles.” 

In its post, PFD reminded drivers to “stay within the speed limit, avoid drinking and driving and never be distracted by passengers, phones, etc.”

In May, The Daily Mail reported Pullos had entered a Malibu Detox and residential treatment facility that boasts several alcohol and drug addiction treatments for patients.

Pullos took an immediate leave of absence from “General Hospital” as a result of her ongoing legal troubles, albeit none of which became public until May 17, 2023, when TMZ broke the news of her alleged involvement in the crash.

Newcomer Holiday Mia Kriegel ( “Bull,” “Animal Kingdom”) took over the role of Molly Lansing-Davis, at least on a temporary basis, beginning with the Thursday, May 25 episode of the daytime drama series.

TVLine recently reported that Kriegel’s time on the show has been extended at least through the summer.

Note: The post Haley Pullos Formally Charged with Two Felonies and a Misdemeanor Following Near-Fatal Crash appeared first on the Soap Opera Network website.

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