“General Hospital” star Haley Pulos was jailed for 90 days in a DUI case

“General Hospital” by Haley Paulus

He was thrown in jail for the next 90 days…

Pleaded no contest in DUI case

Haley Paulus She was thrown in jail this week for her DUI case — and from the way she looked as she walked into court… it's like she knew what was coming.

The “General Hospital” star was photographed entering court on Monday, and she certainly didn't look too happy about what she was about to face. As it turns out, Hailey ended up pleading no contest to one of the charges against her…driving under the influence with a .08 BAC causing bodily injury.

Officers claimed at the time that they found edible items and small bottles of tequila in her car, and that she showed clear signs of intoxication. Even before this bad accident — which landed the other driver in the hospital — police claimed she had been involved in a previous hit-and-run.

We're told Haley has been remanded in custody for 90 days and then will be placed on probation for 5 years and will have to perform 200 hours of community service as well. Her license will also be suspended for one year.

Meanwhile… Hailey will be in the Los Angeles County Jail – and she seemed to realize her fate a few weeks ago… when she was photographed crying and hugging a woman. daily Mail The story of Haley's detention was revealed on Monday.

You'll remember…this whole thing stems from an incident that happened in April 2023 – when Hailey was in first place Arrested After cops claimed she was driving on the wrong side of the highway and collided head-on with another car. Pictures emerged of the aftermath, and they looked sinister.

Under the terms of the plea deal, prosecutors agreed to drop the other two The charges she was facing -Felony DUI causing bodily injury and misdemeanor hit and run.

We've reached out to the Haley team for comment…so far, we haven't heard back.

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