It has been reported that the long-time Ellen DeGeneres DJ, Stephen “tWitch” Boss left a suicide note at the motel that alluded to his past challenges.
On December 13, Boss was found dead in a motel in Los Angeles. The autopsy report revealed that the popular DJ committed suicide.
“In a statement to PEOPLE, county officials confirm that the 40-year-old professional dancer died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. His death occurred on Tuesday at a motel in the Encino area of Los Angeles.”
“The case is now closed, per the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.”
The 40-year-old dancer and choreographer was found dead in the bathroom of his hotel room when a maid entered his room for cleaning.
The hotel management said they didn’t hear a gunshot or any other noise whatsoever. However, the LA County Coroner confirmed that the Magic Mike XXL star died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
“The manager said no visible suicide note was left, but tWitch did have a small bag with him when he arrived at the motel, which was found in his room at the time of his death,” per RadarOnline.
Now Law enforcement sources told TMZ the police discovered Boss left a note in the motel room where he also set his phone on airplane mode so nobody could contact him.
His suicide note allegedly contains am ambiguous message where he tried to pen his life challenges, but it’s not clear what exactly he was referring to.
Following the tragedy, American actor and choreographer Columbus Short shared his theory about the reason behind Stephen’s suicide.
In a now-deleted video, Short shared on his Instagram that the Magic Mike XXL alum may have lost all his life savings.
“RIP tWitch,” he said. “People made investments, people do a lot of things — this is just a theory. What if you invested something that took your whole life savings, possibly? … It gets rough.”
“You guys don’t know what people are going through … People are awful … tWitch was amazing, is amazing still — his legacy shall live on.”
However, a source close to Boss rejected this claim and said there’s absolutely no truth to Short’s allegations.
Stephen Boss is survived by his wife, with whom he recently celebrated his ninth wedding anniversary, and his three children: Weslie, 14; Maddox, 6; and Zaia, 3.
After she failed to contact him on Tuesday, Stephen’s wife, Allison Holker, contacted the LA police and reported him missing when he didn’t return his phone calls and messages.
Holker reported that her husband, 40, left the house a day earlier without saying anything and didn’t contact her ever since which was so unlike him.
The So You Think You Can Dance alum said they had no fight or disagreement before his departure. In fact, three days before the incident, the couple celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary and also shared lovely notes for each other on their separate Instagram accounts.
Boss also took to his Instagram and shared pictures from their reception. “Happy anniversary my love,” he wrote, along with several heart emojis.
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