Kristoff St John’s daughter Paris has reportedly filed to take control of his estate, following his death.
The Young and the Restless star died at the beginning of February, aged 52, and reports now suggest that Kristoff didn’t have a will in place before his death.
The Blast reports that Kristoff’s eldest daughter Paris, who he shares with his first wife Mia St John, has petitioned to a Los Angeles court to become the administrator of her dad’s estate.
The publication claims that Paris listed her father’s net value at $122,000 (£92,313) and that he died ‘without a will’.
Kristoff was found dead at his San Fernando home in Los Angeles on 3 February.
It was recently revealed his death was caused by a combination of heart disease and an accidental overdose.
TMZ reports that the star’s death has been listed as hypertrophic heart disease and is categorised as accidental in relation to the alcohol overdose in a LA coroner’s report.
It’s said the heart disease made it difficult for the heart to pump blood and is easy to go undiagnosed. The autopsy report allegedly reveals that Kristoff was released from a mental health facility two days before his death, after reportedly checking himself in.
Sources claim Kristoff was admitted to UCLA Medical Center in January to battle depression, which they say was partly linked to his son Julian’s suicide in 2014.
Following his death, Kristoff and Mia – Julian’s mum – founded the El Saber Es Poder Foundation to battle mental illness.
Kristoff is also dad to daughter Lola, from his second marriage to Allana Nadal. He became engaged to Russian model Kseniya Mikhaleva five months ago.
Kseniya shared a heartfelt post mourning her fiancé following his death.
Alongside a selfie of the pair, she wrote: ‘How did it happen ??? How ??? Why did you leave so early ???? and left me alone ….. I can’t believe you were everything to me …. you were a loving father, a loving man,…..how (sic).’
Kristoff was best known for his role in the long-running CBS show The Young and the Restless, which he joined in 1991, and earned nine Daytime Emmy Award nominations over the course of his career.