Kristoff St. John Died 4 Years after Son's Suicide, Left behind 2 Daughters Who Miss Dad a Lot

Kristoff St. John, the actor who portrayed Neil Winters on “The Young and the Restless,” died on February 3, 2019, four years after his son committed suicide.

The man passed away at his home in Los Angeles, California. So far, the details of his death are not of public knowledge. Those who have followed the actor’s life believe that he probably killed himself.

Kristoff was married to boxer Mia St. John, with whom he had two children, Julian and Paris, born in 1989 and 1992 respectively. Unfortunately, Julian was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2013.

JULIAN’S DEATH

Apart from that, the young man fought depression throughout his entire life. On November 23, 2014, Julian was found dead at age 24 in his room at a mental health care facility in Long Beach, California.

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My boy boy! Crockett and Tubbs! #Sonny

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Soon after that, Kristoff and Mia filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the La Casa Psychiatric Health Facility claiming that the staff members didn’t do the mandatory check-ins that Julian needed.

It was also revealed that the man was supposed to be checked on every 15 minutes and the video surveillance proved that Julian had not been supervised for over one hour before he was found dead.

KRISTOFF’S DAUGHTERS

Apart from Julian and Paris, Kristoff had Lola, born in April 2003, during his relationship with Allana Nadal. Sadly, both girls have experienced the deaths of their brother and father.

Paris is a model, singer, and songwriter who graduated from Santa Monica College in 2014. The 26-year-old woman dated model and photographer Bryan Randall soon before he started dating Sandra Bullock.

Lola, on the other hand, is 15 years old. For her last birthday, Kristoff threw a big celebration and shared his excitement on Instagram, writing an amusing message to any “boy” who may try to be with Lola.

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DEAR BOYS I Just wanted to let you know: I have eyes in the back of my head, HD surveillance camera’s, (actually 4K) google earth imagery, professional high sensitivity recording equipment, infrared and night vision goggles, multiple drones, a lie detector test machine, (found in a trash can at The White House) a UN sanctioned resolution to hunt you down, smoke and vape alarms, alcohol breathalyzer tests, (police version, not home) (access to criminal, dmv, and medical records) (your siblings too) poison darts, throwing stars, a ninja costume, a black belt in everything, quiet shoes, gloves, sturdy twine, a shovel, pick, and a hoe, (you know why) a large hefty bag, a saw, duct tape, scuba gear, (no pool, river, lake, or ocean will be safe) oxygen tank, (for high altitudes like Mount Everest or Kilimanjaro) a fire proof suit, (for Volcano hunting) access to NASA equipment, (including but not limited to) the Space Shuttle, and a space suit, (used by Tom Hanks in “Apollo 13”) a parachute, (in case you’re eying the Empire State Building) a lot of Navy Seal stuff, (not sure what, but it’s all deadly) Marine Corp whistles, Genuine steel toed combat boots, (used by Tom Hanks in “Saving Private Ryan”) elbow and knee pads, (for rough terrain) a snow board, (in case you board Dude) roller blades, (for smooth roads downhill chasing) a go cart, (for easy parking) a skateboard, (Skateparks, what else) a pogo stick, (just in case) a pair of 1993 Michael Jordan Air Force Ones, (basketball courts and the streets are mine) camping gear, coffee beans (I will never sleep) freeze dried food rations, (I will not share) no compass, (I know everywhere) an X Box console, (to bait you) a flamethrower, a bible, (and quotes from Buddha) some incense, (and two sticks to light a fire to light the incense) some official Bruce Lee Nunchucks used in the hit film “Enter the Dragon”, (Tom Hanks originally had Bruce’s role, but the Asian community boycotted filming) Wonder Woman’s plane, (invisibility will help) and finally, my nano iPod, with the classic song “Nowhere to Run” by Martha and the Vandella’s on repeat. Best Wishes Lola’s Dad #happybirthdaygirl @lola_stjohn #15birthday

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“I just wanted to let you know: I have eyes in the back of my head, HD surveillance cameras, Google Earth imagery, professional high sensitivity recording equipment, infrared and night vision goggles, multiple drones, a lie detector test machine, a UN-sanctioned resolution to hunt you down,” joked the late actor.

At the moment, the St. John family is coping with their loss. Mia has gotten a lot of support, although she has asked people to send their prayers to Paris and Lola who need them the most.

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), text “help” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 or go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

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