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Thad Luckinbill Chats On Coming Home To Y&R, And J.T. Reconnecting With Victoria, Reed, and Victor!

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Thad’s back, and that is welcome news for everyone who loves The Young and the Restless.  Back in 1999 through to 2010, the character of J.T. Hellstrom became a fan favorite, and soap audiences got their weekly dose of the multi-talented, Thad Luckinbill.

Through the years, viewers first came to know J.T. in the teen scene, and then on to his various grown up love stories with Victoria Newman, Colleen Carlton, and Mackenzie Browning, and his work as a private investigator which put J.T. at the epicenter of all the Genoa City drama.

Now as 2017 comes to a close, J.T. returns to investigate some financial skullduggery and more at Newman Enterprises, which puts him directly into his ex-wife, Victoria’s (Amelia Heinle) orbit, while attempting to reconnect with their son, Reed (Tristan Lake Leabu).

On-Air On-Soaps sat down with Thad to get the 411 on: what brought him back to the top-rated soap, how he is balancing his career as a successful Hollywood movie producer and actor, while returning to his old stomping grounds at Y&R, and more.  Here’s what Thad shared.

Here you are back at Y&R!  Did you love the CBS Daytime Promos heralding your return? 


THAD:  To be honest with you, I did not expect all of that.  It has been fun on my end to see, because I did not know that would be a part of my return.

How did it come about that Y&R was able to bring you back to the fold and onto the canvas?

THAD:  Well, there have been discussions to return all along.  I left Y&R back in 2010, and I went straight into being on the series, Nikita, which was filmed in Toronto. I did that for about a year, then after that is when I started my production company.  We then started filming a lot of movie over the past seven years.  Every time Y&R would call, the timing wasn’t right; either I was filming a movie for my production company, or I was shooting a role on a show.  This is really the first time my schedule had matched up with theirs.  Mal Young (executive producer and head writer, Y&R) came up with a really cool storyline, so it was made even more intriguing to come back.  I knew the gist of the storyline I was coming back for, and so it was exciting to come for a story that had some meat to it, rather than just “checking in” for a bit. 

I remember when you left back in 2010, how upset the fans were … how upset I was!   We all were heartbroken to see you go.  I have to tell you, I have obviously covered the soap beat for years, and I recall watching your final scenes, and it was one of the all-time, “Please, don’t go!” moments.   Coming back several years later, is there at all a concern of can I live up to that, because of how the audience fell in love with J.T. in the first place? 

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THAD:  It’s interesting. For me, this character is one of the only characters on daytime that has not been played by anybody else.  It was a character, fortunately created with the head writers at the time, and me.  Originally, I was only supposed to be here for a handful of episodes.  It sort of just grew into something.  It took off purely, because of the fans. They just liked the guy, and the character.  They were into the Colleen storyline; which everybody enjoyed including me, and so then we created something really cool.  In terms of coming back, fortunately the only person I had to live up to is my own shoes.   The environment has changed some; in that it’s shot and moves at a faster pace.  That has taken me a little bit of time to get used to.  I am not sure I will ever be used to that, but I am trying to.

When J.T. returned last week the audience learned he is now a forensic accountant!

THAD:  Yes.  He wears many hats!  He also owns a food truck, I think.  We are going to find that out. (Laughs)  It makes sense for J.T. to be a forensic accountant, because he was a PI with Paul (Doug Davidson) for awhile.  He was also head of Newman Enterprises security at one point.  I can see it being in J.T.’s wheelhouse, so it is understandable that he would be doing that now for a career choice.


J.T. is back investigating Newman Enterprises, and the first scene viewers saw was one with you, Eric Braeden (Victor), and Amelia Heinle.  How was it working again with Mr. Braeden?

THAD:  In getting to work with Eric again for the first time, he was as excited as I was and it was great.  I love that guy.  He is always going to give you a funny exchange to get things rolling.

I cannot help but think of Jeanne Cooper (Katherine) while talking with you.  Katherine and J. T. we’re very close and she adored him.  There were so many times when I spoke with Jeanne that I recall her telling me how fond she was of you.  Your relationship on-screen, and off, was very special to both of you.

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THAD:  She was great.  Jeanne was an awesome person. It was heartbreaking to hear of Jeanne’s passing, and I was away from the show at the time.  Everybody loved her. Jeanne was a great role model for younger actors and people in this industry as far as how to carry yourself with dignity, and to even when things were difficult, to love your job and have pride in it, and still find ways to make it enjoyable.  She was just so amazing.  Katherine liked J.T. and she was so sweet to me.  Jeanne was one of the first people on the show to sort of embrace me when I first came on, and show me the ropes. That meant a lot.  It’s funny.  The other day I was on the set with Tristan Lake Leabu (Reed), and some of the other younger actors – and I can’t believe I am saying that!  I used to be one of them!  (Laughs)  So, we are in the Chancellor living room, and I remember how Jeanne used to give us acting tips here and there, and she would pass them along.  As I was sitting there, I remembered one as I am looking up and there is her portrait in the scene. So, I told the kids what she had told me, and I thought: “Now this is cool.”

Now in story, Victoria is surprised to see her ex-husband J.T. in Genoa City, and there is a dad problem between J.T, and Reed.  So, where is J.T at with that issue?

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THAD:  As you can imagine, J.T. has been gone.  He has been absent for the last handful of years.  He has been in Poland with Mac, and their two kids.  In Reed’s life, J.T. was absent, and you will come to learn why there was a problem, and then sort of how they deal with it.  I like getting to play layers as an actor in the character and the story.  At the end of my run in 2010, there was a Reed, but until now I haven’t had a young adult version of him that I can play off of.  That has been fun. 

With Billy acting like a pseudo-dad to Reed, that I can imagine does not sit well with J.T., which puts you on-screen in direct conflict with Jason Thompson. How is working with Jason and the Billy dynamic?

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THAD:  He’s great.  I love when they write it, because there have been different Billy’s over the years.  I love when they write Billy the way they are doing now, and the way Jason is doing it.  It’s really fun to watch, and act with him.  So, I love the relationship they have created between the two characters, because it feels like the way it was initially written way back when both characters started on the show when they were teenagers.  Sometimes over the years they would let that dissipate, but now they brought it up again, and it’s so much fun to play. 

How does J.T. feel about Victoria?  He is investigating Newman Enterprises, and she is in the middle of it.  My bet is that I feel she will play him, and he will play her.

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THAD:  Victoria is caught in the middle. That’s her family, and a lot of people remember that he has bumped heads with Victor over the years.  J.T. is in a very interesting position of holding the power, as well as being caught in a situation where he has a job to do, and obligated to do the right thing, which becomes very difficult in certain situations.

Are there old romantic feelings simmering underneath between Victoria and J.T.?

THAD:  Yes, there are still old feelings between them. It’s pretty evident from the beginning.  We will come to find out more later.  I think when I left the show, J.T. was with Mac, and Colleen had drowned. J.T. went off the canvas and went to be with Mac.  He is still with Mac in Poland.  Back then; the issue was J.T. got custody of Reed, and Victoria was like, “I will never forgive you.”  Therein lies the conflict.

You play the guitar and sing, and so too does your on-screen son, Tristan Lake Leabu.   Is there a duet coming?  I feel that could be a nice father/son bonding moment. Music heals people, right?  They even had that old clip of you singing on Y&R on recently to remind viewers of J.T. and your many talents.  So, that could certainly be a tease. Thoughts?  (Laughs) 

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THAD:  I don’t know. Hmmm.  We will see about that.  Back then, there was a whole storyline revolving around the music..

Can the Y&R faithful expect to see the good ole’ J.T. they know and love, or is there a swerve coming?

THAD:  He is still the good ole’ J.T.  He is not here to be a jerk.  He is back and he wants to mend his relationship with his son, or fix it. I think that is all the agenda J.T. has at this point in the story.

You have scenes that have started to air, and moving forward where you reconnect with the key faces in Genoa City.  What has that experience been like?

THAD:  I have worked with almost everybody, I think; except for Peter Bergman (Jack) and Eileen Davidson (Ashley).  I think everyone else J.T. will have sort of bumped into.  That is what is so great about this show – the people that are still here and those relationships – it’s like a high school reunion.  Only in high school, you didn’t like the people you were with, but here you do! (Laughs)

Let’s talk about your production company, Black Label Media, which has produced several great films that people would know.  Do you enjoy that aspect of show business?

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THAD:  Interestingly enough, when I moved out here to Los Angeles, my first job was interning for a producer; then after a year I became part of his team. Then the acting thing was sort of a hobby and I pursued it, because I enjoyed it, but I never thought I would do it full-time.  But then, I started to do it full-time, and the producing took a back seat.  I knew there would come a time where I would need to do other things, as well.  So that fortunately came about at the perfect time.  As a producer it’s also nice, because sometimes you can find roles that work for you.  I’ve been able to do a lot of stuff.  I did a pilot for ABC last year, and would love to continue to do things outside of acting, but still act, which I love.

For those who aren’t aware, do you want to name off the top of your head, some of the most-known of your company’s film projects?

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THAD:  As far as films people would know and saw there is La La Land.  I remember the first time I read the script. I thought it was so innovative, and then we needed to figure out how to make it work, and bring it to the screen.  I loved how it turned out.  There is also Sicario, and we just filmed the sequel to that which comes out next year.  There is movie coming out January 19th that is a war movie with Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon called 12 Strong.   I am in that one, as well.  I play one of the 12 soldiers that goes to Afghanistan after 9/11.

With all that you have going on, what can we say to the fans as far as to how long you intend on being here at Y&R?

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THAD:  I am definitely here for awhile.  I will tell the fans that.  You can expect that now that he is back in Genoa City, that there will be some unexpected people that J.T. interacts with.

Are there any scenes that you have taped since you have been back at Y&R that stand out as your favorites thus far; whether they have aired yet, or not?

THAD:  I have had a couple of scenes that have been my favorites, so far.  One of them was with Melody Scott Thomas (Nikki) and Amelia.  I just want to say; it was also great seeing Mel again.  We had a couple of scenes where we get to yell at each other, which was fun! (Laughs) 

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The final question: Does J.T. really, truly, deeply want to bring down the mighty Victor Newman?

THAD:  He kind of ebbs and flows with that. Christine (Lauralee Bell) and Paul are thirsty to nail Victor on charges, and so who better for Paul to call than J.T. And speaking of Paul, I love Doug Davidson.  He is exactly the same as he always was.  That is what is so great about this experience.  I love seeing all these people. They are all such great actors and good people.  I am happy to be home at Y&R.

Watch a preview for the upcoming motion picture 12 Strong featuring Thad below.  Then let us know, what you think of J.T.’s return to Genoa City thus far? Do you hope J.T. becomes romantically involved while in town with Victoria, or someone else? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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I tune in once in awhile…just not the same without Katherine…Jill should had been the next Katherine type to fill that void!!!

An opportunity missed by many writers! Y and R could have brought back one of the original storylines from its first year: young Jill messing around with Philip Chancellor who’s in a loveless marriage with Katherine. Kill him off and then continue the cat fight for the better of 30 years!

That would had been good…

Great interview but I was hoping there would be a question about him and Amelia in real life. Did they get divorced? She posted a pic on twitter of them with their kids in the water looking like they were still together so I’m guessing they never got divorced after all. I would imagine that could be awkward if JT and Victoria do get involved again.

Thad and Amelia are divorced but they may still get along for their kids sakes.Plus maybe they are better off as co-parents and friends than as a married couple

I imagine that’s probably something neither one wants to address or they would. I hope for whatever’s best for their family! But it’s not bleeding on screen because Amelia and Thad are doing a remarkable job with their characters and their chemistry has been great!

Fantastic interview. I loved what he said about Jeanne Cooper!! Katherine’s presence is missed every day. 🙁

But why didn’t you ask Thad about his divorce from Amelia and whether it’s awkward working with his Ex-wife?? The end of their 10 year marriage was heart-breaking for many soap fans and we are wondering how Thad and Amelia and their kids are handling all that.

Also we want to know if there’s any truths to the rumors that Mal Young is planning to write JT as an abusive wife beater. I hope that’s not true and wish somebody would set the record straight!!!

the interview was perfect michael the way it was written – i am so pleased that amelia & thad’s personal life was not brought up – it is none of our business anyway…………………….thank you for all you do for us soap fans!!

Thanks so much Michael for the explanation! Like I said in another comment it was a great interview but then again all of your interviews are fantastic!!

Oh absolutely, Mr Fairman. If Thad wanted to go there, he most certainly would have brought it up during the interview.
But you could have asked him what’s his secret as far as the ravages of time not touching his face is concerned. I mean, what does the portrait in the attic look like now?

I think if it were going to be hard to work with Amelia, he wouldn’t have returned to the show, especially since his character will probably have a lot of scenes with Victoria.

They are both doing a great job!

Michael: as it should be their privarpte life I scan see what’s happening just a few days no thanks if that is why you brought him back to tell a abuse story! Nope MY does nit get this shower either

So I will say adieu when you do not have a horse in the race time to sight off!

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Thank you Michael so very much for this interview!!! His romance with the original Colleen/Lindsey Fonseca was indeed one of the best teen storylines ever yes he started out as a bad boy and then became a hero I am still taping it I hope they give us a scene with Traci and him. I may not watch it every day and I am not fond of the pacing but it’s nice he is back for a while and his success is so well deserved. Now about that pesky divorce off screen work it out love is always better the second time around!!

Yeah, it seems odd that it was not asked or addressed as to whether he withdrew his petition against Amelia and if not is it awkward working with your soon to be ex-wife?

I understand they may want to keep their private life private so those questions were off-limits, but it’s such an odd interview without the question at least being raised. There’s a REALLY big elephant in the room.

I love Thad Luckinbill and loved JT and Colleen’s love story…The movie looks good…

I want to show everyday which are you you’re doing a good job

Excited to see where JT and Victoria’s romance goes this time. Hope he stays or can come back soon!

Always feel most of the cast keep their private lives private, which is where they can be themselves and I do respect them for that always. The characters they play are not themselves. As actors, irregardless of any personal lives with other cast members, when they are working together, it’s just about the script and plots. So, feel this interview in keeping this in mind, Michael did what was important to talk exclusively about the work life and YR return of Thad. It’s great to see him back, but am not a fan of the facial hair growth, but maybe it’s to make him look older and ?wiser as JT. impressive his work as a producer over these past 10 years.

Glad to have JT back. Kinda confused as to why Reed doesn’t want to see his dad. It was explained a little, but now is Reed’s chance to have JT to himself.

On a sidenote, Reed needs a haircut!

Amen, Mo. I’ve got floor mops in better shape!

Thanks for the smile. I needed it. 🙂

Never a fan but I like why he is here. He can shake up the Newman crew and hopefully take Reed back to Poland! Well, at least get the dude a haircut!

I hope JT stays for a long long time on Y&R. he is AWESOME

So who do you all think is Victoria’s one true love? J.T. or Billy?

Sorry, Mark, but I’d say it’s Victor. In a non-perverse way, of course.

How about herself? 😉

What a great interview. I think he’s a gem of an actor and it’s good to have him back. I also appreciate the fact that Victoria can have some romantic interactions which don’t involve Billy.
On another note, how annoying was Abby flipping out when JT merely asked her if she’d like to visit some clubs with him? They’re old friends, practically family, she she makes a scene in the bar while that slimy idiot Scott looks on. Get over yourself, Abby! What a shallow, ego maniacal narcissist she is. She’s so bad she makes me miss Summer.

I want a scene with Traci as well. I want Mac to show up, maybe her cousin Devon can have a fued with JT.


Sting Goes Out on Top in the Perfect Finale to His Legendary Career at ‘AEW Revolution’

They could not have done it any better. For weeks leading up to the Sunday’s AEW: Revolution pay-per-view, the questions remained, would AEW live up to the hype and deliver to “The Icon” Sting a befitting goodbye, when in his previous returns during his legendary career were less than stellar in TNA and WWE?

The answer was “Yes!” Every box was check-marked. It was revealed in the post-match media scrum and in subsequent articles and online, that Sting had a major hand in who he wanted to wrestle against in his final match, and how his sons would be involved in his last appearance in AEW and in a pro wrestling ring, and more.

When it came down to the main event at the historic Greensboro, North Carolina, home to the classic NWA 1988 match with Sting vs. Ric Flair, that set the tone for him becoming one of the greatest to ever do it. Now in 2024, Sting was about to enter the ring for the last time in emotional fashion with more than 16,000 in attendance and a worldwide audience watching at home.

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First, a video package rolled where Sting is seated inside a movie theatre as he watches his life in wrestling up on the screen pass by. After it comes to its conclusion, he looks to camera ready for battle for the last time. Back to live action, two versions of Sting appear at the top of the entrance ramp. And, in another emotional moment, it is revealed that the two men in the iconic wrestling gear from two different eras of Sting’s career were his two sons; one dressed as “Surfer Sting” and one dressed as “Wolfpac Sting”. In fact, Sting’s sons, Garrett and Steve Jr. were a part of his final act, as they two were beaten down by the Young Bucks a few weeks back on AEW TV.

Next, Sting himself enters and the crowd erupts as the Texas Tornado match in which he is a part of takes off. In it, Sting and his partner Darby Allin are defending the AEW World Tag Team championships against the Young Bucks, Matthew and Nicholas Jackson. The match delivered death-defying moves including: Sting taking a suplex off the stage and through a table, and Darby Allin putting his body on the line crashing through a pane of glass after he dove off a ladder.

Several dear friends and wrestling luminaries were in attendance or involved in the match including Ric Flair who jumped into the ring to protect Sting at one point, and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat who was the guest timekeeper. However, both were knocked out by superkicks by the Bucks for their trouble. Those in the audience were former pro wrestlers, Lex Luger, Magnum TA, Scotty Riggs, Nikita Koloff, and Diamond Dallas Page, plus others from Sting’s extended family.

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In the end, Sting scored the win performing his signature move, the Scorpion Death Lock, on Matthew Jackson. Sting and Darby Allin retained the AEW World Tag Team Championship. Fans were relieved that Sting went out a winner and many cried tears of joy.

Next, Sting was next celebrated in the ring as confetti was shot out, and fans chanted “Thank you. Sting!” When, there were only five minutes left of air time on the pay-per-view, Sting began to thank Greensboro, the crowd, his family and AEW, when suddenly time ran out and unfortunately the show ended. However, after the match, his final words to the crowd and the company were posted on social media (you can watch it below). In the post-‘Revolution’ media scrum, Sting even called Sunday night, a “Top 3” match of his career.

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Sting was key WCW’s success in the Monday Night Wars in the mid-to-late nineties against the WWE, when his version of “Crow” Sting coming down from the rafters to fight Hollywood Hulk Hogan and the NWO were epic. The story built for over a year with Sting barely uttering a word, but he ultimately became everybody’s hero in a story of good vs. evil. And that’s the case with Steve “Sting” Borden, too. He will be remembered as one of wrestling’s good guys, in front of the camera and to everyone that knew him behind the scenes.

So, what did you think of the way AEW honored the iconic Sting and his final match? Were you happy with all the special moments before/during and after the match? All we can say and to echo those sentiments from those in attendance and around the world, “Thank you, Sting!”

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The Bold and the Beautiful’s Tanner Novlan on Sheila’s Death: “Normally, Finn Would Be Right There with Steffy and Helping Her Through It, But Someone Needs to Help Finn Through This.”

This past week, viewers of The Bold and the Beautiful watched in shock as Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) was stabbed and eventually died, when Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) in self-defense plunged a knife into the supervillain.

According to all accounts, for now, Kimberlin Brown has exited the series, leaving fans in disbelief. Many believe it’s a set-up against Steffy, and Sheila has not really met her maker. At the epicenter of the story is also Tanner Novlan (Finn). In key moments, it appears that Finn blames his wife for his biological mother’s death, which sends him reeling and not comforting his wife.

Instead, he runs out of the cliff house and goes to Deacon’s (Sean Kanan) where he sits in devastation, only at the end of Friday’s episode to be comforted by none other than Hope (Annika Noelle). All leading to speculation that Finn and Hope are about to hook up. Tanner appeared on the newest episode of Bold Live after the week’s episodes where he fielded questions from callers on what inquiring B&B fans want to know.

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During the call-in show, Novlan addressed if he thinks or knows if Sheila is actually alive. He responded, “Who knows? It is the soap world, but we definitely had to say goodbye to Kimberlin at work and that was really tough and really sad.”

While fans love their ‘Sinn’, Tanner agreed that they are seemingly an enduring couple, but the death of Finn’s mom will challenge them in a whole new way as his core values are tested. “I don’t think anyone wants to see ‘Sinn’ go away. They have one of the best relationships in soaps. It’s really interesting to see all of these different elements thrown at them and the them survive and how they battle through it,” he explained. “With this recent reaction it was different than the other ones, and the challenges they faced. I think it’s a moment where Finn is really rocked, and you’re right, his values, we know them. That is what is so great in playing him, in that, he has such great, true honest values.”

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When getting the scripts in which Finn points the finger at Steffy for his mother’s death and does not comfort her, Novlan shared his reaction, “In this moment he (Finn) is having a really hard time, mentally, which I think as an actor when I read that I was like, ‘Why isn’t he standing by his wife? What’s going on? This is not like him.’ This is something deep in him that has been triggered and he’s going to have to figure that out.” Tanner added, “Normally, Finn would be right there with Steffy and helping her through it, but someone needs to help Finn through this.”

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All leading to what fans saw on Friday’s episode. Hope comforted Finn in his grief. While Novlan is not giving anything away, he told a caller, about a potential Finn/Hope pairing that, “Finn would have to battle Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), and that might be a mountain to climb. I think Finn just needs someone to talk to. That relationship feels platonic to me.”

Watch the entire episode of BOLD Live featuring Novlan below.

Now let us know, do you think Hope and Finn will hit the sheets? Will Steffy and Finn ultimately divorce only to reunite down the line? Will Sheila come back alive and well, once Steffy is locked up behind bars for her “murder”? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Haley Pullos Attempts to Strike Deal with Prosecutors and Change Plea to “Guilty” for Lower Sentence in DUI Crash Case

At a hearing this week, the attorney’s for General Hospital actress Haley Pullos (ex-Molly) and the LA District attorney met with a judge in Pasadena, California who was informed the parties were working out a “potential settlement.” Pullos did not attend the hearing.

Haley is allegedly attempting to negotiate a deal with prosecutors, that if she changes her plea to “guilty,” that she would receive a lesser sentence which could result in limited or no jail time. Another part of the negotiation could potentially give Pullos a suspended sentence or house arrest.

Currently, Pullos is facing up to three years in prison after she pleaded ‘not guilty’ to a DUI and a second charge for a hit-and-run. Pullos was in a near-fatal car crash back in June of 2023, when she drove the wrong way on a Pasadena freeway while she was under the influence. and crashed into a another car.

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The other driver, Courtney Wilder, was rushed in critical condition to a local hospital to undergo emergency surgery, and is now suing the GH actress in civil court, plus seeking damages for negligence. Last month, Wilder allegedly added Pasadena’s No Comment Lounge to his lawsuit, where reportedly Pullos was working as a hostess the night of the accident. Wilder is accusing the nightspot of plying Pullos with liquor, and then allowing her to drive home in her car, which later caused his injuries.

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After the Wednesday February 28th hearing, the judge has now scheduled yet another hearing on April 8 which he said ‘should be the final’ one.

According to the Daily Mail, “Deputy District Attorney Melany Avanessians told Judge Smerling that if no plea agreement is in place by April 8, ‘we will send her to a preliminary hearing’ meaning Pullos would be on her way to a full trial.”

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Since Pullos’ legal troubles, GH has recast her role of Molly Lansing-Davis three different times. First with Holiday Mia Kriegel, and she was followed by Brooke Anne Smith. The latest Molly, Kristen Vaganos, seems to be a keeper at the moment during the Molly, TJ (Tajh Bell0w) and Kristina (Kate Mansi) surrogacy storyline.

Pullos joined GH as Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) and Ric Lansing’s (Rick Hearst) daughter back in 2009 and was with the show till the  summer of 2023 prior to the car collision.

What are your thoughts on Haley trying to change her plea to ‘guilty’ to receive a lesser sentence? Let us know in the comment section below.

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