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Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss left suicide note alluding to past challenges

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(KTLA) — just days after the unexpected death of Stephen “tWitch” Bossmore information has emerged as to why the former ‘The Ellen Show’ DJ decided to end his life.

A law enforcement source revealed TMZ In a memo he left on site, the boss vaguely alluded to the challenges he faced in the past. The site does not report what those specific challenges were.

TMZ also said investigators determined that the entertainer took a ride-share from his home to a motel near his home on Monday morning and put his phone on airplane mode so no one could reach him or find him. I am reporting that

The body of a former “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant was found by a motel employee.

Boss’ death was ruled a suicide by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.

TMZ Police were also informed that Boss’s wife, Alison Holker, who first reported Boss’ death, went to a Los Angeles police station on Tuesday, claiming her husband had left the house without a car.

she later issued a statement people A magazine about her husband’s death.

“It is with the heaviest heart that I have to share that my husband Stephen left us,” she wrote. , it was all about putting the community above all else and leading with love and light.He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father and an inspiration to his fans. .”

“It’s fair to say he left a legacy, and his positive influence will continue to be felt,” she continued. “I am sure there will never come a day when I do not honor his memory. I ask for privacy for myself and especially her three children during this difficult time.”

“Stephen, we love you, we miss you, and I will always save the last dance for you.”

Boss survives with his wife and three children, Zaia, 3. Maddox, 6 years old. and Wesley, 14.

If you or someone you love has mental health issues or suicidal thoughts, get help. Call or text the number 988. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Free of charge and available 24 hours a day.

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