tWitch Suicide 2022: Stephen Boss' Wife Reveals Alarming Details Prior To His Tragic Death

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Trigger Warning: This article contains descriptions of suicide.

The wife of Stephen Boss, also known as tWitch, made some surprising revelations about him in the hours preceding his death.

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On Tuesday, the well-known television personality, who rose to fame as a member of the cast of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, shot himself in the head and was found dead in a Los Angeles hotel.

Allison Holker reportedly became concerned when tWitch abruptly left his residence and refused to answer his phone in the hours before his death.

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According to TMZ, the mother of three told police that, although her husband had left the house amicably and without incident, he had not returned her calls.

She remarked that Stephen Boss' actions were so out of character that authorities considered him a "serious missing persons case."

Tipsters informed the publication that they accompanied Allison to her Los Angeles residence to search the property for any information or hints regarding tWitch's possible location.

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In addition, it was reported that Allison rushed to the Los Angeles Police Department and claimed that her husband had left the house without a car, which, according to Allison, was so unlike him.

The beloved DJ was discovered dead in a Los Angeles hotel shortly after she contacted the police.

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Allison, who appeared on So You Think You Can Dance, confirmed the death of the Stephen Boss in a statement to People magazine.

Unknown factors may have contributed to tWitch's tragic demise. However, it is worth noting that, in a 2017 interview with Aubrey Marcus, Stephen Boss revealed that becoming a parent entails additional strains.

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The Los Angeles Police Department had no reason to suspect that the death of Stephen Boss was suspicious. The hotel manager admitted that she was terrified after discovering his body.

In his final post before passing away, tWitch shared a touching video of himself and his wife, who were well-known for their dancing on TikTok, dancing in front of their Christmas tree on Sunday at their home in Encino.

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Stephen Boss and Allison Holker were married in 2013, and they have two children: Maddox, six, and Zaia, three. Later, he adopted Allison's 14-year-old daughter, Weslie.

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