Kristoff St. John's family is now at war over a life insurance policy that will pay it's beneficiary $1,000,000.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Kristoff's ex-wife Allana is suing on behalf of their daughter Lola St. John his other ex-wife Mia St. John.
The Life Insurance Policy
In the documents, she says when her and the soap star divorced in 2007, Kristoff's life insurance policy was supposed to be set up to benefit Lola.
The problem is...in the judgment a lawyer put the wrong name in the slot where Lola's name should have been.
She says in the filing after the 'Young And The Restless' star's son Julian tragically took his own life at 24 years old, his life took a tragic turn and he "became susceptible to undue influence and fraud."
She continues, Mia St. John was then "able to use the loss as a way to renew a confidential relationship." So, she claims "Kristoff's ex-wife Mia took advantage of Kristoff's deteriorated state and had him execute an amended beneficiary designation" on the insurance policy.
Where Is The Cash?
Now, she claims Mia has deposited the large cash sum in her bank account.
Allana is suing Mia for the $1 Million collected on the life insurance policy.
His Tragic Death
Kristoff St. John tragically died as a result of hypertrophic heart disease, alcohol was also a factor but not the primary cause. His autopsy report also showed anti-anxiety drugs Nordiazepam and Librium in his bloodstream.