Haley Pullos has entered a facility that could give her some much-needed help.
Haley Pullos has checked into a rehab facility. The General Hospital actress, who plays Molly Lansing-Davis, entered the Malibu Detox and Residential treatment center following her arrest for DUI (driving under the influence).
Haley Pullos Is Seeking Help
According to the Daily Mail website, Pullos’s father recently drove his daughter to the $2,600-a-week Malibu rehab facility. The rehab has plenty of niceties, including a hot tub, yoga instruction, gourmet dining, horseback riding, fishing, and other off-site activities that Pullos may have the option of joining in on during her treatment.
On April 29, Pullos reportedly injured a driver in a car crash that occurred at approximately 1:45 a.m. She had to be pulled from her car via the jaws of life in Altadena, Calif. On her way to the rehab facility, Pullos and her dad stopped off for a bite to eat at a Taco Bell.
The Show Must Go On…But Will The Storyline?
Because Pullos is unable to tape scenes right now, GH has recast the role of Molly with actress Mia Kriegel (Bull; Animal Kingdom). She’ll begin appearing the week of May 22, 2023. Kriegel isn’t the only newcomer to the show who is a part of Alexis Davis’s (Nancy Lee Grahn) family. Daytime Emmy-winner Kate Mansi (ex-Abigail, Days of our Lives) is taking over the role of Kristina from Daytime Emmy-winner Lexi Ainsworth. Like Kriegel, Mansi is also set to debut on the week of May 22. There’s buzz that the sisters may be involved in a storyline related to Molly’s desire to become a mother.
Haley Pullos: Stay Tuned
There’s been no comment yet from GH on Haley Pullos checking into rehab or how long she’ll be unavailable to play Molly. News of her car crash was reported on social media via the Pasadena Fire Department’s Twitter account. The tweet read: “Early this morning PFD responded to a traffic collision requiring rescue of occupants from both vehicles. Cause is unknown but always a reminder to stay within the speed limit, avoid drinking and stay off your phone.”