Mia St. John Enters Treatment After Kristoff St. John’s Death, Claims She Was Held Against Her Will

The Young and the Restless star, Kristoff St. John’s ex-wife, Mia St. John was reportedly held against her will in a mental health facility after news of his death. Mia, who is active on social media. tweeted the claims to her followers on Twitter.

St. John was found dead in his home on Sunday, February 3.  The initial reports claimed that alcohol abuse may be a factor in his death.  They have no revealed his exact cause of death, but many assume it was suicide since the talented actor has been struggling with depression for several years.

Mia’s Mysterious Tweets

St John posted on February 8, in a tweet,  “They’re trying to send me back to the mental asylum to kill my whole family. I just lost my beautiful boys 💔is there no compassion anymore??”

She later posted a follow up to this tweet that she is being held against her will. It worried many of her followers. They didn’t know what to think about her social media tweets. Was she really being held against her will? Or, did someone feel like she was a danger to herself after learning about Kristoff’s sudden death?

That was the question on everyone’s minds.  Many felt bad for her as she lost her precious 24-year-old son in 2014, and now Kristoff is dead.  it’s easy to see why she would feel like the mental hospital was trying to kill her whole family.

Mia’s In A Better Place

A few days later, on Sunday, February 10, St. John posted that she is out of the hospital and she is doing better.  She wants to focus on Kristoff’s daughters and reforming the mental health field.

“I love you all & your support is appreciated 100%. The people that need the most support through right now are his two daughters & Lola Please ask the universe to shine light and love on them & to all that have someone to  prevention,” Mia posted.

https://twitter.com/MiaStJohnBoxer/status/1094665177616674816

It sounds like she is in a better place now. She wants Kristoff’s fans to remember him for his acts of kindness and his contribution to mental health awareness.

Suicide is never the answer. If you feel like you want to hurt yourself, please reach out to someone you can trust. If you do not have anyone to talk to, contact the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.

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