Following Kristoff St. John's tragic death, his ex-wife Mia appears to be having a meltdown.
She took to social media with a cryptic tweet about being sent to a mental asylum and being "held against" her will.
The Young and the Restless star Kristoff was found dead of a possible alcohol overdose on Sunday, February 3, 2019, as RadarOnline.com previously reported. He was said to be despondent about his and Mia's son Julian's suicide years earlier.
In 2014, Julian, took his own life at age 24. He was found dead with a bag over his head in a bathroom at La Casa Mental Health Hospital in Long Beach, Calif., where he was seeking help. In response to the death of her ex Kristoff, boxer Mia, 51, reportedly tweeted and then deleted a cry against La Casa Mental Health Hospital.
Now, less than a week after Kristoff's death, Mia mysteriously tweeted her followers on Saturday, February 9, "They’re trying to send me back to the mental asylum to kill my whole family #ImNotCrazy I just lost my beautiful boys ?is there no compassion anymore???." Later, she also tweeted, without explanation,"I’m being held against my will."
She added a praying hands emoji and continued, "When I get out, I promise JUSTICE 4 my beautiful boys!" Sources told Radar that Kristoff, who died at age 52, had been "drinking heavily" before his death.
His loved ones had been worried about the soap opera star in his final days. “When his son died, he died. He was never the same,” a source told Radar. “He wishes it would have been him.”
Kristoff was found dead at his Woodland Hills home; his cause of death is still unknown. “The medical examiner is requesting additional investigation and laboratory testing,” a medical examiner’s official told Radar.
Sadly, he passed away after having gotten engaged in August 2018 to stunning Russian model Kseniya Mikhaleva. His fiancée told Radar, however, that he was sad and lonely before his death.
Kristoff and Mia had divorced in 1995.
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