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What Happened to "Money Girl" on Street Outlaws and Her Absence from Racing

Mallory Gulley, also known as "Money Girl," was a regular participant on the racing show Street Outlaws, driving her purple '64 Chevrolet. However, she has not been seen on the show since 2020, leaving viewers wondering about her whereabouts. Although Molly has not shared the reason for her absence, it does not necessarily mean she has given up racing altogether. Instead, she has been focusing on her family, personal life, and interior design interests.

Who is Mallory Gulley and her racing experience

Mallory was born on December 31st, 1996, and spent her childhood in Jonesboro, Arkansas, with her parents Kenneth and Cari Gulley, and her sister Natalie. She attended Arkansas State University for her education.

Mallory with her father and sister Natalie. Photo by Mallory Gulley

Mallory's passion for cars came from her family's business background in the automobile industry. Her father owns Gulley Bail Bonds and KEG Towing, and they used to watch street races together. The family has a website named, where offers a variety of racing sports car accessories and apparel for purchase and sale. Mallory learned to race under the tutelage of JJ Da Boss, a renowned figure in the racing industry, who had a significant influence on her love for racing.

Photo by Kenneth Gulley

On Street Outlaws, Mallory was a member of the MSO team, and her purple "Ugly Duck" car was a fan favorite. In October 2018, she won a race in the MSO finals against CARP and earned $10,000 for her victory.

Mallory Gulley posing with her check

Aside from her racing engagements, she participates in races with her renowned purple '64 Chevrolet named the Ugly Duckling.

Mallory Gulley with her purple 64 Chevrolet car

Regarding her wealth, Mallory possesses a '64 Chevrolet, as well as other extravagant cars like the $79,000 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6.

Photo by Mallory Gulley

Molly spends her time away from street racing working at three family-owned businesses - Gulley Bail Bonds as a bail bond agent, KEG Motorsports as a merchandise model, and KEG Towing. Molly's parents, Kenneth and Cari, are natural-born entrepreneurs who run multiple successful ventures, and it's assumed that their other daughter, Natalie, also possesses a similar diligent attitude.

Mallory Gulley’s Father, Kenneth Gulley Was A Street Racer For 25 Years

Photo by Mallory Gulley

Mallory Gulley’s father, Kenneth Gulley, had made a name for himself in the car business for a very long time. That’s the only reason why the name Gulley sounds so familiar.

Kenneth is the owner of a company named Gulley Garage. He is often featured on Street Outlaws: Memphis. We can say he’s like a gearhead who has a good experience when it comes to cars.

Photo by Kenneth Gulley

Kenneth also grew up in a racing environment. He had a long career in racing for almost 25 years. The man devoted his life to make the fastest toys and cars in his life. He is known to have 2003 Chevy s10, which is also known as Bounty Hunter.

Mallory Gulley’s Dad Accused In Street Outlaws Lawsuit

In September 2018, Kenneth Gulley and JJ da Boss faced allegations in a lawsuit where Genny Larkin and Chad sued the Discovery Channel, claiming that Mallory's father and JJ assaulted them during filming. The lawsuit alleged that Kenneth and the other defendant chased Larkin and physically attacked him by throwing punches.

Photo by Kenneth Gulley

"When Larkin turned around, his wife, Plaintiff Genny Larkin yelled, ‘look out.’ When Larkin turned around, Defendant Day and the other two individuals were running across the street at him. Day and ‘Bounty Hunter’ threw punches at Larkin and tackled him to the ground," the lawsuit read. "As Larkin went down, he felt immediate pain in his leg, as though his ‘muscles and tendons were ripping.’ At that point Larkin was on his back with his face exposed. The Bounty Hunter and Day continued the assault, punching Larkin in the face repeatedly and kicking him in the ribs.”

The suit adds, “As the assault continued, Larkin literally believed the Street Outlaws were attempting to kill him. He literally feared for his life.”

The lawsuit claims that the producers of the show did not take any action to prevent the alleged assault. “Rather, the camera crew and producers continued filming. In fact, incredibly, one of the producers instructed a camera man to get closer and get a better shot.”

Photo by Memphis Street Racer JJdaBoss

As per the lawsuit, when Larkin's spouse tried to intervene and remove the Memphis Street Outlaws from her partner, “a female member of the Memphis Street Outlaws grabbed the back of her head and pulled her to the ground by her hair, resulting in physical and emotional injury.”

Discovery had no comment on the lawsuit.

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