Before committing himself, Stephen “tWitch” Boss left a note in which he discussed prior issues.

Stephen “tWitch” Boss left notes explaining his choice to commit suicide.

The well-known DJ and dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss reportedly left a clue behind that revealed information about the challenges he faced in the days preceding his death.

The statement found at the scene of tWitch’s suicide, according to law enforcement sources, made reference to his previous conflicts.

tWitch, a former employee of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” committed suicide on Tuesday, December 13, as was previously reported. A death announcement for tWitch was made. The DJ took an Uber from his house to a motel that was only a short distance away the day before he passed suddenly.

He switched his phone to airplane mode at the same time to prevent any incoming calls from disturbing him. Allison Holker, who frequently left the house without his car and frequently disregarded her calls, came to the Los Angeles Police Department on Tuesday (Dec. 13) in a worried mood.

She states that her husband constantly answers his phone. After the TV star shot himself in the head to end his life, a hotel staff member found him inside his room.

What do you think of tWitch’s perplexing note that he left after his passing?

According to the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, Stephen “tWitch” Boss committed suicide. The case file for the dancer and former DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show who passed away inside a motel room on December 13 has already been closed by the coroner’s office.

The former So You Think You Can Dance all-star is survived by his wife Allison, three kids (Madddox, Zaia, and stepdaughter Weslie), and one stepdaughter. On December 14, Allison revealed his passing in a statement.

She said, “I must inform you that my husband Stephen has left us. The deepest regret is felt.

“Stephen illuminated every space he entered. He placed the highest priority on his community, family, and friends. He firmly thought that the best course of action was to lead with love and light. He was our family’s rock, the ideal husband and father, and an example to his followers.

To suggest that he left a legacy and that his positive impact will survive would be an understatement, she added. There will never be a day when we forget about him, I’m sure of it. For my sake and the sake of our three children, we respectfully request your privacy during this trying time.

Allison said, “Stephen, we love you, we miss you, and I’ll always save the last dance for you,” as she brought the evening to a close.

The incident was reported to LAPD by Allison on December 13 when he failed to return her calls and she discovered he had left his car at their six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in the Encino neighborhood.

He didn’t check out on time, which led to the motel making a 911 call after learning of his death.

Four days before to his passing, Stephen and Allison had just celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary. As all-stars on So You Think You Can Dance season 7, they first came into contact in 2010.

They got married in 2013 and have been parenting their three kids together since then in Paso Robles, California. Allison already had a daughter named Weslie Fowler, who was 14 years old, and she also became a grandmother to son Maddox, 6, and daughter Zaia, 3.