Let go.

Updated January 13:

Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) has spoken out again in the wake of the Muhney firing, this time addressing the backlash against “Y&R” and its actors on social media. In St. John’s lengthy post he states, “It is absurd and hurtful the way the rumor mill has spun out of control, with uninformed people forming opinions, completely in the dark. Unfortunately, you, the fans, are innocent bystanders. However, many are feeding off of the hysteria of those that are out for blood. Sadly, it is a mob mentality.”

Read the post in its entirety by visiting St. John’s Facebook page.

Updated January 11:

More “Y&R” actors have spoken out with regard to the Muhney firing. Jerry Douglas, who plays the ghost of John Abbott, gave an interview in which he spoke about his own interaction with Muhney, the situation with Muhney and Braeden, and the allegations of inappropriate behavior toward King. He stated, “To do a thing like that to a woman is despicable and unacceptable. It’s sad.” Read the full interview at Rumor Fix.

Additionally, Kristoff St. John, who plays Genoa City’s Neil Winters, took to Twitter to appeal to Muhney to set the record straight. He tweeted: