'Y&R's Kristoff St. John shares photo of grown-up daughters showing their striking resemblance

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 21, 2018
04:58 P.M.
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Actor Kristoff St. John, best known as Neil Winters on The Young and the Restless, uploaded to his Instagram account a photo of daughters Lola and Paris.

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In the image, both women were smiling side to side so close to each other that their faces were touching. One of Kristoff’s daughters was wearing a graduation cap while the other one was just slightly smiling to the camera.

For the caption, Kristoff only named his daughters and added the hashtag 'Lucky Dad'. As soon as he uploaded that image, his fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

One of them was Instagram user @delisa4real, who pointed out that Lola and Paris were beauties. She finally wished them ‘peace and success.’

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Another Instagram user, @vonniepooh471, confessed that Kristoff makes beautiful babies. The actor posted that photo a couple of months after it was revealed that he threatened to shoot himself.

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According to TMZ, Kristoff was hospitalized and put under psychiatric evaluation after allegedly threatening to kill himself with a gun. The man reportedly sent photos to an ex-partner showing himself holding a gun to his head.

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As the police arrived at the scene, they found 2 guns, what drove them to confiscate them and to put Kristoff under a 72-hour hold for mental evaluation. It all happened in October 2017, only one month before the second anniversary of Kristoff’s son suicide.

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As ET Online reported, Kristoff’s son, Julian, was found dead at age 24 in his room at a mental health care facility in Long Beach, California, after suffering from schizophrenia for years.

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The young man’s death was ruled a suicide. Soon after that, Kristoff and Julian’s mother, 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.  

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