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General Hospital’s Haley Pullos jail conditions revealed: Nancy Lee Grahn updates followers on her former on-screen daughter

Haley Pullos as Molly on General Hospital.
Haley Pullos is in solitary confinement in jail. Pic credit: ABC

The General Hospital cast has a bond that is second to none.

Many of the actors have worked together for years, if not decades.

Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis) and Haley Pullos (former Molly) have a bond that developed since the latter was cast as her daughter when she was just a pre-teen.

After Haley’s DUI arrest last May, Nancy has spoken out about the woman she’s watched grow up. General Hospital may have recast the role of Molly, but the relationship between the actresses hasn’t broken.

A few weeks ago, Haley began serving the 90-day jail sentence she received after changing her plea to no contest last month. She is due to be released from the county jail on July 29.

Based on what Nancy says about the situation, Haley isn’t having an easy time behind bars.

Nancy Lee Grahn details Haley Pullos’ jail conditions

Taking to X (formerly Twitter), General Hospital’s Nancy Lee Grahn revealed she had spoken to Haley Pullos and updated followers on the jail conditions.

She wrote, “For those who wished for Haley to be punished with no exceptional treatment, u’ll be relieved to know that she’s in Max security solitary confinement along side hardened criminals. She’s isolated except for 1 hr a day where she has phone privileges.. today with me…”

It’s unclear whether Haley is in solitary confinement for her protection or because she faced a misstep since being booked into the county jail.

Nancy talked about how the media blew things up and made things appear worse than they were, including hit-and-run comments.

Nancy Lee Grahn comments on Haley Pullos
Pic credit: @NancyLeeGrahn/Instagram

Haley Pullos was replaced on General Hospital

Initially, Haley Pullos revealed she was taking a leave of absence as she recovered from injuries last May.

However, it was then revealed she was arrested for DUI after a major accident.

General Hospital viewers waited to see what the show would do, and it seems they have let the actress go. Haley had to be replaced either way, but Kristen Vaganos (NuMolly) appears to be a permanent fixture in the Davis girl posse.

The ABC show doesn’t comment on casting news, so there likely won’t be confirmation whether she was fired or chose to walk away to get herself in the right place as she recovered from the accident and spent time in rehab.

When Haley completes her 90-day sentence, she will formally be sentenced to five years probation and community service hours. For now, though, she still has over two months to serve.

General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC.

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Ava Lerner Wooton
Ava Lerner Wooton
5 days ago

Many thanks to Nancy Grahn

Rnoel
Rnoel
4 days ago

I’m so sorry she couldn’t have served her time at home with an ankle monitor. Jail under solitary confinement is no place for a young lady. I don’t care whether people agree or not.

Carol
Carol
1 day ago
Reply to  Rnoel

Do you have such empathy for ALL CRIMINALS or just the selective ones you happen to like. Jail is a place for ALL found guilty …young ladies & young men. I think If YOUR CHILD was ALMOST KILLED by that drunk young woman that night you would want them in jail & not in their cozy home with an ankle monitor.

Diana
Diana
4 days ago

Haley is Molly, even though she did Criminal acts that put her in
Jail. There is nobody that be Molly but Haley. It’s sad that she did this to herself and injured a man critically. Prayers for his family!

Carol
Carol
1 day ago
Reply to  Diana

Sorry to disappoint you but EVERYONE IS REPLACEABLE.

Brenda
Brenda
4 days ago

She deserves to serve time. Although Nancy wants to claim everything was blown out of portion, I do not believe that. I believe she did exactly what was said. Hopefully before she drinks and gets high, Haley will make Better decisions than getting behind the wheel. She could have killed someone. Thank God that didn’t happen this time.

Carol
Carol
1 day ago
Reply to  Brenda

You are correct!!! I agree with you,

Ava Jerome
Ava Jerome
4 days ago

Who goes to jail to have an easy time!?! Take your lumps and move on, for this too shall pass.

Kimberly McCarty
Kimberly McCarty
4 days ago

I really hope Haley comes out the other end of this experience (mentally & physically) BETTER THAN EVER!!! No one chooses drug or alcohol dependency and addiction doesn’t discriminate either! She’s a young, talented, beautiful girl that has an entire lifetime ahead and I just know she’s going to flourish once this is all behind her. Growth is about making mistakes, learning from them and sharing it with others. Let’s all send Haley big, heartfelt prayers!!!!! 💝🙏

Carol
Carol
1 day ago

A person CHOOSES to drink & drive.
She went into rehab before court to get an easier sentence from the judge… that’s what they all do. Hopefully when she gets out she will never do it again.How sad that your prayers were only to Hailey and didn’t include the person …HER MISTAKE as you put it…that she almost killed .

GHFan
GHFan
4 days ago

Interesting how the media is for sale when it reports what Nancy doesn’t like. But when it reports things she wants to be true and/or agrees with, no fake news then. Nothing for sale there. I 100% believe the news headlines and truth liberties are click bait and for sale. I just wish Nancy would remember that when it reports or hides stories too. I wish Haley all the best. Young, dumb and dangerous mistake. Thankfully everyone gets to live with thos mistake and learn from it.

Iris
Iris
4 days ago

Do the crime serve the time! I’m sick of celebrities complaining about the penal system….every inmate goes thru it. Celebs should be no different. And good she has it bad. It’s prison not the Novelas!

Barbara Higgins
Barbara Higgins
3 days ago

I wish her the best. Addiction is a disease. God me with you Haley. Thank you Nancy for your support of her. You are a wonderful person. God bless you too.

Barbara Higgins
Barbara Higgins
3 days ago

You were the best Molly they ever had. I feel everyone deserves a second chance. My two son’s were hit by a driver high on drug’s. He is up for parole next month. My son’s survived but with many permanent injuries. I wish the driver the best for the rest of his life, hopefully he get’s it together. Haley I wish you the best in your life also. I miss you as Molly. Keep the faith honey. You will get through this.

Deb
Deb
3 days ago

I am so sorry , this poor girl has had to face all of this . I love her as Molly and I feel so bad that she’s had to face all these terrible circumstances. I pray she’s learned a very hard lesson and I pray she’ll get through all of this as a much stronger woman that I know she can be. God bless you sweetie and my thoughts are with you. Stay strong lots of us are on your side. 🌹♥️🙏

Carol
Carol
1 day ago
Reply to  Deb

The WOMAN Hailey had to face the consequences of her actions. Where’s your compassion for the person she almost killed that night? You should be on the side of the law not a person who
broke it.

Cheryl
Cheryl
3 days ago

I hope she fairs well and will return a Molly if she likes.🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽