Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss autopsy reveals new details about his shocking death
New details about the death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss emerged in an autopsy and police report obtained by The Post on Wednesday.
Following his autopsy, it was determined that the dancer had no drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of his death.
Additionally, the docs revealed that Boss’s widow, Allison Holker, told officers that “to her knowledge, [Boss] has no history of suicide attempts or suicidal thoughts.
She also told them Boss “didn’t have any mental health issues, financial or marital issues.”
The “Ellen Degeneres Show” DJ was found dead on Dec. 13, 2022, at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, Calif., just 14 minutes from his home.
Shortly after, his death was ruled a suicide by gunshot to the head, according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner. They also said the ‘Magic Mike XXL’ star’s death showed “no signs of foul play” and closed the case.
As Page Six previously reported, West Valley Division officers responded to a call from the hostel around 11:20 a.m. local time, where they found the 40-year-old man in the bathroom of his bedroom.
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Staff at the Los Angeles motel told TMZ they didn’t seem “visibly” upset when they checked in the night before with a duffel bag.
Holker – who celebrated her ninth wedding anniversary with Boss just days before her death – reported her missing to police after noticing Boss had left their home without her car.
“It is with the heaviest heart that I must share that my husband, Stephen, has left us,” Holker, 35, told People.
“Stephen lit up every room he walked in. He valued family, friends and community above all else and leading with love and light was everything to him.
“He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.”
The two shared daughters Weslie, 14, and Zaia, 3, and son Maddox, 7. They also had plans to expand their family before he passed away.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call or text Suicide & Crisis Lifeline on 988.