Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Wiki – Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Bio
News of the passing of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss shocked the world this week after the renowned dancer died by suicide in a Los Angeles hotel. Police have now found a new lead in the case as they discovered a suicide note in the room where tWitch’s body was found. The note references challenge the talk show host has faced in the past. Stephen’s death was announced by his wife, Allison Holker, on December 14.
Stephen Boss rose to fame as a contestant on MTV’s The Wade Robson project before becoming a finalist on Star Search. He competed on So You Think You Can Dance in 2008, finishing in second place in season four and later returning as an All-Star. He was a judge when the show returned in 2022.
His net worth was around 5 million US dollars. The outlet notes that Twitch earned a salary of $500,000 per season for the first two seasons of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. After that, he reportedly earned US$1 million each season he also co-hosted.
Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss was 40 years old.
Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’ DJ, Died
Law enforcement found a note from the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, where Stephen committed suicide Tuesday. LAPD has revealed that the note includes “an ambiguous reference to Boss’s past challenges.” However, the police have not released the exact contents of the letter, including details of previous challenges. Investigators said that the 40-year-old Stephen took an Uber to the Oak Tree Inn on Monday morning. The hotel is less than a mile from her house. There, he activated airplane mode on his phone so that his location could not be tracked and he could not receive any calls.
Stephen’s wife, Allison Holker, appeared at the LAPD Tuesday and reported that her husband had left home without warning and was not returning her calls. She also revealed that Stephen was behaving unusually before leaving home. A hotel staff member first discovered Stephen’s body Tuesday morning. Police concluded that she died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.