General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn speaks out on Haley Pullos' incarceration

Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2024 11:57:47 AM
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Nancy Lee Grahn has an update on her former General Hospital co-star. Pullos is currently serving a 90-day sentence stemming from a 2023 DUI crash.

On April 29, 2024, news broke that former General Hospital star Haley Pullos (Molly Lansing-Davis) had surrendered to authorities and would serve 90 days in prison for driving under the influence and causing a crash that left the other driver injured. Pullos' sentence also came with 200 hours of community service and five years on probation.

Actress Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), who played Pullos' mother on GH from 2009 until 2023, has been outspoken with her support for the actress she has worked with since Pullos was ten years old.

In a series of tweets on May 13, Grahn explained that she recently had a long phone call with Pullos and updated followers on her status.

"For those who wished for Haley to be punished with no exceptional treatment, you'll be relieved to know that she's in Max security solitary confinement alongside hardened criminals. She's isolated except for 1 hour a day where she has phone privileges...today with me," Grahn wrote.

"I couldn't have been more impressed with her strength, her resolve, her accountability. NOT ONE COMPLAINT," the actress continued. "Not one 'Why me.' She's taking it all and it's ALL beyond horrible... with stoicism & grace. I am SO incredibly proud of her."

"I'd also like to add that much of what you read about her was not true. She's always been respectful, an A student, never got into a lick of trouble ever & made a terrible terrible mistake 1 night," Grahn said, before clarifying some of the information that has been reported about the crash since news of it broke last spring.

"She voluntarily went straight into only rehab that'd take her with serious injuries for 6 wks, not because it was a 'country club' as it was reported. I found it for her. It cost her every penny she had & then into sober living for 2 months," Grahn explained. "Daily therapy until now. That $400 blouse the rag narrative made it sound like she coveted over injured lives was borrowed from wardrobe and she was completely incoherent so the narrative that she was a spoiled brat mouthing off to police was meant to get clicks...The hit and run??? She hit a car which immediately made her hit another. Horrendous enough without making it seem like she hit a car and then the entitled celeb intentionally, willfully, ran off & then hit another."

Grahn acknowledged Pullos' wrongdoing and that she was paying the consequences for her actions.

"What's true is Hayley drank excessively and got in a car. She is paying for that while at the same time assisting her victim in getting as much compensation as possible. Thank God all [parties] have and will survive."

Pullos is next due in court on July 29, which would mark the completion of her 90-day sentence.

You can read Grahn's full thread below.

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