According to TMZ, DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss discussed his struggles with a suicide note. According to the police investigation, the famous DJ and dancer committed suicide by checking himself into a facility and leaving a note at his hotel.
Boss, who unfortunately passed away in a hotel room, left behind a suicide note that provided some solace to the artist after going through numerous setbacks and failures.
The contents of the message reportedly led investigators to conclude that Boss’ death was a suicide. Despite the lack of confirmation on the details of Boss’ death, sources have debunked the rumor that he lost his entire fortune before his passing.
The team’s analysis led them to conclude that on Monday morning, tWitch turned his phone to airplane mode before taking an Uber from his home to the hotel, which was less than a mile away.
According to the verdict given by the Los Angeles County Coroner on Tuesday, the “So You Think You Can Dance” star committed suicide at a hotel in Encino, California, earlier this week.
According to a report by TMZ, the 40-year-old father of three took an Uber from his home to the Oak Tree Inn hotel on Monday morning. Less than one mile separates his $4 million Encino home from the hotel where he is staying.
Allison Holker, the dancer’s wife, reportedly rushed to the police station early in the week upon finding that her husband had left the house without his car and with his phone turned off. She is positive that no “issues” existed before his disappearance.
After gaining some prominence as a contestant on “The Wade Robson Project” and “So You Think You Can Dance” on MTV, he began working as a DJ on Ellen Degeneres’ show.
The Los Angeles County medical examiner pronounced the death a suicide after finding “no sign of foul play” and determining that a gunshot wound was the cause of death. Boss left behind three children, Weslie, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3.
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