Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Final Autopsy Report Reveals New Details on His Death

Stephen tWitch Boss Dead At 40. HOLLYWOOD, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA - NOVEMBER 27: American freestyle hip hop dancer, choreographer, actor, television producer, television personality and DJ Stephen Laurel 'tWitch' Boss — Photo by imagepressagency/Deposit Photos

The final autopsy report for Stephen “tWitch” Boss has revealed the beloved dancer and co-executive producer of The Ellen DeGeneres Show had no drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of his death.

The document from the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, which was obtained by Page Six on Wednesday, also said his widow Allison Holker told investigating police officers that “to her knowledge, [Boss] does not have a history of suicide attempts or suicidal ideation.”

Additionally, the report confirmed that Boss died by suicide from a self-inflicted “gunshot wound to the head,” which the coroner’s office previously said in its preliminary report released in December.

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Boss, 40, was found deceased on Dec. 13, 2022 at a motel in the Encino neighborhood of Los Angeles, about a mile from his home.

In a statement released right after his death, Holker said: “Stephen lit up every room he stepped into. He valued family, friends, and community above all else, and leading with love and light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.”

Before joining The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he gained recognition as a competitor on the hit show So You Think You Can Dance, where he was the runner-up in 2008. Last year, he was announced as a permanent judge for the 17th season of the dance competition series.

Boss also had roles in various films, including Magic Mike XXL (2015), Step Up All In (2014), Step Up Revolution (2012), and Step Up 3D (2010).

He is survived by his wife and their three children: Weslie, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3.

If you or a loved one needs help, call the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The nationwide three-digit “988” phone number connects directly to the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.