Just a few days after the shocking passing of Stephen “tWitch” Boss, fresh details concerning the potential motivations for the former “Ellen Show” DJ’s suicide have come to light.
tWitch suicide note
According to law enforcement officials who spoke to TMZ, Boss left a note at the scene of his suicide that made oblique references to difficulties he had in the past. The website gives no specifics regarding what was said.
Stephen “tWitch” Boss reportedly left a suicide note indicating to challenges he’s faced in the past.
According to reports, investigators found that the dancer took a rideshare on Monday morning from his house to a motel nearby and put his phone in an airplane mode so no one could find or contact him.
Dead at 40 was DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss. A staff member of the motel discovered the body of the former “So You Think You Can Dance” participant.
According to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office, Boss’ death was deemed to be a suicide.
Boss’ wife, Allison Holker, went to a Los Angeles police station on Tuesday and said her husband left home without his vehicle, which she said was very unusual, according to TMZ, which broke the news of Boss’ death.
She later stated to People magazine in response to the demise of her husband:
She stated, “I have to share that my husband Stephen has left us with the heaviest of hearts.”
Stephen brought light into every space he entered. Above all else, he valued his family, friends, and community.
“It would be an understatement to say that he left a legacy, and his beneficial influence will still be felt,” she added.
“There won’t be a day that goes by that we don’t remember him; I’m positive of that. In this trying time for myself and especially for our three kids, we ask for privacy.”
“Stephen, I’ll always save the last dance for you. We love you. We miss you.”
Boss leaves behind his wife and three children, ages 3 (Zaia), 6 (Madden), and 14 (Weslie).
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