A suicide note written by Stephen “tWitch” Boss was found

Before taking his own life, Stephen “tWitch” Boss left a note in which he alludes to difficulties he had had in the past.

Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who committed himself, left behind some notes explaining his decision.

The well-known DJ and dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss is said to have left behind a clue that shed light on the challenges he faced in the days leading up to his death by suicide, according to recent sources.

According to sources inside the law enforcement community, the note that was discovered at the scene of tWitch’s suicide was a reference to his previous conflicts.

tWitch, a former employee of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” took his own life on Tuesday (December 13), as was previously reported. tWitch’s passing was announced. The day before the DJ passed away, he took an Uber from his house to a motel that was less than a mile away from his house.

At the same time, he adjusted the setting on his phone to airplane mode so that he would not be disturbed by any incoming phone calls. When his wife, Allison Holker, arrived at a Los Angeles Police Department on Tuesday (Dec. 13), she was in a state of panic because it was rare for her husband to leave the house without his car or to ignore her calls.

She said that her husband always answers her calls. The TV star had committed himself by shooting himself in the head and was discovered by a hotel staff member inside his room.

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The coroner’s office for LA County has determined that Stephen “tWitch” Boss committed suicide. The coroner’s office has already closed the case file for the dancer and former DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show who passed away on Tuesday, December 13 inside a motel room.

The former So You Think You Can Dance all-star is survived by his wife Allison, three kids—Madddox, Zaia, and stepdaughter Weslie—and stepdaughter Weslie. Allison made a statement on December 14 in which she announced the news of his passing.

She wrote, “I have to communicate that my husband Stephen has left us. It is with the heaviest of hearts.”

“Stephen brought light into every space he entered. Above all else, he treasured his family, friends, and community. He believed that the best way to lead was to lead with love and light. He served as the foundation of our family, was the best husband and father, and served as an example to his followers.”

She went on: “It would be an understatement to say he left a legacy, and his beneficial influence will endure. There won’t be a day that goes by that we don’t remember him, I’m positive of that. During this trying moment for myself and especially for our three kids, we kindly request your privacy.”

Stephen, we love you, we miss you, and I’ll always save the last dance for you, Allison said in closing.

When he would not return her calls on December 13 and she realized he had left his car at their six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in the Encino neighborhood, Allison called LAPD and reported the incident.

He did not check out on time, which led to the discovery of his death and a call to 911 being made from the motel.

Four days prior to his passing, Stephen and Allison had just celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary. They met in 2010 when they performed as all-stars on season 7 of So You Think You Can Dance.

They were married in a ceremony in Paso Robles, California, in 2013, and since then, they’ve been raising three kids together. Allison was already a mother to daughter Weslie Fowler, 14, and with tWitch, she also became a grandmother to son Maddox, 6, and daughter Zaia, 3.