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‘General Hospital’ Actress Haley Pullos Charged with Felony DUI; Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

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General Hospital’s Haley Pullos (Molly Lansing-Davis) has now been officially charged by the L.A. Country D.A. with: one felony count of DUI causing injury, plus one felony count of driving with a .08 BAC or higher, and one misdemeanor count of hit-and-run.

All of this stems from Pullos’ arrest back in April, after she was driving the wrong way on a freeway and collided head-on with another car. The police report also mentioned that Haley had collided with another car prior to the second car.  She was claimed to be intoxicated, plus the officers found edibles and mini-bottles of tequila inside her vehicle.

According to TMZ, the actress pled ‘not guilty’ to the charges levied against her by the D.A. and a preliminary hearing is set for July.

As previously reported, Haley is also being sued by the driver of the second car and the more serious of the collisions. He was taken to the hospital following the crash in critical condition.

Pullos had entered a rehab facility and program in May following the crash and arrest.

The character of Molly continues on the GH canvas involved in major story, but being played by a replacement. No word yet on what GH intends on doing with Pullos’s status with the long-running ABC soap opera long term, or if the character of Molly will be permanently recast.

What do you think of Pullos pleading ‘not guilty’ to the two felony counts and one misdemeanor charge levied against her for the near fatal car crash and surrounding events? Comment below.

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That’s too bad—such besuty—such talent. But, it seems that she had a long list of the same driving “infraction”–old enough to know better. I’ve never even come close to being inebriated, but I am human—and I must wonder why? There must be some underlying reason for her to get lost into a glass of alcohol and beyond… Good luck, Haley–I hope all goes well and you resume your rightful place at GH.

whoa–she mixed edibles and tequila –amazing all survived..

Why do you think she had prior infractions?

The information was provided by other news sites.

Would you be wishing this individual well if she wasn’t an actress playing a character in a show you like? This is more than a mistake — this is a serious crime. If you’re not able to look beyond someone’s talent and recognize criminal behavior then I truly feel sorry for you.

Good luck to the driver that’s suing her. I hope that you get the justice you are seeking.

Molly, you (put other people) in danger, girl.

As Pullos was recurring, no formal dismissal is necessary. So far, it seems they’ve slowed the pace of the storyline. But, with Mansi on contract, they can’t delay it too much. Frank and Teschner need to find someone stronger than the “temporary” recast who isn’t really cutting it.

I never cared for Molly so writing her off the show is not a bad idea. I realize they’re trying to shove another boring baby hungry storyline down our throats but it is not too late to abandon that story.

Of course she would enter in rehab of course she would plead not guilty. She is a mess as they all are yawn

Hope her family has deep pockets because she is about to get cleaned out and I for one hope this guy cleans her out

Not guilty? Own it girl!

She is so obviously guilty, why plead not guilty?
It would be better to own up to what she did, do the time/pay the fine, and be done with it!
What good will it do to drag it out? Lots of negative publicity which won’t help her career.
Tough lesson to learn, but hopefully she learns from it.

Because this is how the legal system works. Don’t be naive.

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Elizabeth MacRae, ‘General Hospital’s’ Meg Baldwin, Passes Away at 88

Veteran actress, Elizabeth MacRae best-known as the third Meg Baldwin on General Hospital and as Gomer Pyle’s girlfriend, Lou-An Ann Poovie, in Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C has died at the age of 88. MacRae passed away in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where she grew up.

On General Hospital, Elizabeth played Meg Baldwin who had a young son, Scott (Kin Shriner) from a previous relationship and who married Lee Baldwin (Peter Hansen). The role was originated by Patricia Breslin from 1965-1969. Breslin was temporarily replaced by Jan Shepherd for three weeks in the summer of 1967. MacRae took over the part from Breslin full time from 1969-70 and again from 1972-73.

In story, the character of Meg suffered a nervous breakdown and Lee had her committed to an institution. In 1971, Meg was released and came home, but suffered from severe hypertension. In 1973, Dr Lesley Webber was assigned to her case. Meg became jealous of Lesley and began to think that she was trying to get to have sex with Lee. During an argument with Lee, Meg died of a stroke and soon after Lee adopted Scott.

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MacRae also appeared on other notable soaps, having roles on Another WorldDays of Our LivesGuiding Light, and Search for Tomorrow.  Elizabeth’s career spanned over two and half decades having also appeared in classic TV shows and countless movies such as: Route 66Surfside 6RendezvousThe FugitiveJudd for the DefenseGunsmokeBonanzaI Dream of Jeannie, and The Andy Griffith Show.

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She is survived by five stepchildren, Terry Halsey, Peter Halsey, Hugh Halsey, Cate Halsey, and Alex Halsey Topper.

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LAPD Continue to Seek Johnny Wactor’s Killers Who Remain At Large; Asks Public for Tips and Leads

The Los Angeles police department is ramping up its search for to the whereabouts of the three thieves, who got away after one fatally shot former General Hospital cast member, Johnny Wactor (ex-Brando Corbin) in the early morning hours of Saturday, May 26th in downtown Los Angeles.

Law enforcement sources told the LA Times that police are trying to pull fingerprints from Wactor’s vehicle and are looking for video from the area. They also are checking to see whether there are any connections to other nearby catalytic converter thefts.

The thieves were attempting to steal the catalytic converter from Wactor’s car at the time of his death. Sadly, the LAPD investigators shared they have seen an uptick in violence when these types of thieves are confronted.

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Catalytic converters contain precious metals in which thieves can make hundreds of dollars selling them to auto parts suppliers or scrap yards, where they can be melted down and the valuable metals extracted.

In addition, on Tuesday May 28th, the LAPD shared more on the incident that took Wactor’s life, stating, “Without provocation, the victim was shot by one of the individuals. The three suspects involved were wearing all dark clothing and driving a dark-colored sedan. The suspects fled northbound on Hope Street. Central Bureau Homicide is investigating this case and is requesting the public’s help.”

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If you have tip: y0u are urged to call LAPD Detectives Gonzales or Martinez at Central Bureau Homicide, at (213) 996-4142. During non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to (877) LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247).

In addition, Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or go to http://www.lacrimestoppers.org.

Wactor played General Hospital’s Brando Corbin from 2020 to 2022. According to the LA Times, “Wactor recently had been exploring opportunities in screenwriting while working as a bartender.”

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Nicholas Chavez Speaks Out on the Death of Friend and Former GH Castmate Johnny Wactor: “I’m Beside Myself with Sadness”

It has been another rough go for the General Hospital family following the news surrounding the shooting that killed beloved former cast member, Johnny Wactor (ex-Brando Corbin) over the weekend.

Since that time, there has been an outpouring of grief, shock and sadness, and remembrances for the actor who died at 37-years-old.  Many of Johnny’s castmates have spoken out about the loss and shared heartbreaking tributes.

Now, Nicholas Chavez (ex-Spencer Cassadine) who is soon-to-be-seen in Ryan Murphy’s limited series on Netflix, Monsters: The Lyle and Erik Menendez Story, has also shared his sentiments. With heartfelt words, along with a photo of himself and Johnny, and another former GH co-star, Marcus Coloma (ex-Nikolas), Chavez explained the difficulty he is having processing Johnny’s death and the unbreakable bond they shared.

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Nick began, “Johnny — I’m beside myself with sadness. The last time I saw you, we ran into each other by accident in Los Angeles. When we recognized each other your face lit up and you ran essentially across the room to give me a big and tight hug. You were a strong and kind person”

He went on to say, these heartfelt words to Johnny, “You were a phenomenal friend and you always made me feel welcomed and loved. I consider myself incredibly lucky to have been a part of your life and I’m praying for you and your family. I will miss you very much.”

Johnny Wactor run on GH lasted from 2020-2022, while Nicholas Chavez appeared from 2021 till early in 2024.

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