Stephen “tWitch” Boss is said to have written a suicide note, which was discovered at the location of his death. In the note, he purportedly mentioned the difficulties he had had in the past.
It has been claimed that the DJ passed away on Tuesday morning from a gunshot wound that appears to have been self-inflicted. He was in his forties at the time.
According to sources within the law enforcement agency, Stephen’s note was recovered by authorities at the hotel in Los Angeles where his death was located. It is believed that the memo contains references to problems he had been struggling with recently.
It is not entirely obvious what the celebrity guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show was referring to in his note.
Allison Holker, Stephen’s wife, is rumoured to have ran into an LAPD station on Tuesday after she became extremely worried about her husband because he had left their house without his car, which was not typical of him.
According to TMZ, not much longer after that, the police got a call about a shooting at a LA hotel, and shortly after that, they found Stephen dead in the hotel.
According to the publication, authorities have concluded that tWitch rode in an Uber from his house to the hotel on Monday morning.
It is believed that he put his phone on aeroplane mode in order to prevent anyone from contacting him.
Allison’s loss of her husband has left her inconsolable, and she has pledged to honor his memory, proclaiming that “his good impact will continue to be felt”
“He was the rock upon which our family was built, the most wonderful husband and father, and a model for all of his admirers.” In a statement to People, Allison remarked that “to say he left a legacy would be an understatement.”
The woman, who is 34 years old, has requested for privacy at this trying time as she and her husband, who is also 34, and their three children — Weslie, who is 14 years old, Maddox, who is six, and Zaia, who is three, try to move on from this tragedy.
Allison wrapped up her remarks by expressing how much she thinks about Stephen and promising that she will “always save the last dance” for him.
On her Instagram page, the talk show presenter shared a photo of herself and tWitch giving each other a bear embrace and included a statement in which she expressed her sadness.
In her letter, she expressed: “I’m heartbroken. tWitch was nothing but unadulterated love and brightness. Because he was a member of my family, I loved him with all of my being. I am going to miss him.
“Please show Allison and his three stunning children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, all of the love and support you have in your heart.”