Kristoff St. John's eldest daughter is now challenging the probate filing by the late star's father and believes the alleged handwritten will was never meant to be discovered.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Paris St. John filed an objection to Christopher St. John's motion to become the executor of his deceased son's estate.
As we reported, Christopher recently filed a handwritten will which allegedly named the "Young and the Restless" star's father as the executor and left all his money to his two daughters, Paris and Lola.
The documents claims Paris believes the holographic will "was written inside a private diary and was not intended to be seen by third parties," adding, "The document would never have been found if someone had not opened the decedent's private journal."
Instead of Christopher being appointed the executor, Paris believes it was her father's wishes for a neutral party to be in charge. She admits that financial loose ends need to be handled, but does not want Grandpa St. John to be the one handling them.
Finally, it claims a "page has been removed" from the holographic will, and believes the page specifically addressed Kristoff's property. She argues that since the page was removed, a "suspicion" has been created as to the document's validity.
Paris wants her grandfather's motion denied, and for a neutral party to be appointed in charge of her late father's estate.