March 26, 2020 

By City News Service 


One of the daughters of the late actor Kristoff St. John has filed a new petition to administer her father's estate.


Paris St. John, 27, filed her first petition a month after her father's 2018 death. A judge later appointed her and the actor's father, Christopher, to act as temporary special co-administrators through May 29. A permanent administrator will be named later.



The actor's father alleges his son left a handwritten will before he died that states he wanted his personal savings and money to be shared between Paris and another daughter, Lola, at a split of 25% and 75%, respectively.


Dated Aug. 12, 2017, the will requests that the actor's father be made executor of the estate.


Last June, Paris St. John filed a petition challenging the validity of the will. She has also maintained a neutral third party should administer the estate.


The judge has not decided on the will's validity.


St. John, who played Neil Winters on “The Young and the Restless” for almost 30 years, died at age 52 of hypertrophic heart failure on Feb. 3, 2018, at his Woodland Hills home.

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