‘Normal Hospital’ Star Haley Pullos Arrested for DUI After Flawed-Manner Crash
Haley Pullos, recognized for her work on “Normal Hospital,” was arrested for a DUI after allegedly inflicting a serious freeway wreck … one she’s fortunate to have survived, based mostly on some horrific crash scene images.
Haley, who performs Molly Lansing-Davis on the long-running cleaning soap opera, informed Soap Opera Digest final week that she was taking a break from the present to recuperate from a automobile accident — however in accordance with a police report, Haley ignored a couple of key particulars.
Within the doc, obtained by TMZ, cops say Haley was driving on a freeway in Pasadena on April 29 … when she swerved, flew over the dividing barrier, and into oncoming visitors.
She ended up colliding head-on with one other automobile that was going about 60 mph.
When cops arrived on the crash scene, they are saying Haley was unable to exit her automobile. Firefighters helped free her and acquired her into an ambulance …. the place issues acquired bizarre and a little bit violent.
Police say a firefighter was assessing her accidents when she struck him and shouted, “This can be a $400 f***ing shirt!”
After they searched her automobile, cops say they discovered weed edibles and mini-bottles of tequila.
Haley was taken to the hospital … cops met her there and say she confirmed clear indicators she’d been driving beneath the affect — noting the odor of alcohol on her breath, slurred speech, and watery eyes.
She was arrested for felony DUI whereas nonetheless on the hospital … and cops word she acquired aggressive and fought hospital workers. They ultimately needed to sedate her.
The driving force of the opposite automobile survived however was hospitalized with main accidents.
What’s extra … cops inform TMZ Haley was additionally concerned in a hit-and-run visitors collision earlier than her grotesque freeway crash.
Pasadena Hearth Dept. shared pics of the accident, warning folks to not drink and drive.
We reached out to Haley’s rep … thus far, no phrase again.