Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss’ autopsy report sheds new light on details of his death

Stephen "Twitch" Boss, known as a dancer, DJ, and executive producer on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," died by suicide on Dec. 13 last year.

His death surprised fans, friends, and family, as he did not show any signs of being low, and his wife mentioned that he wanted to be everyone's protector.

The L.A. County coroner's report reveals that Boss died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Oak Tree Inn motel in Encino.

The recently obtained autopsy report clarifies that there were no drugs or alcohol in Boss's system at the time of his death.

According to the report, Boss had no history of suicidal ideation or attempts, as per information provided by his family.

 The day before Boss was found dead, his wife had filed a missing persons report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

The autopsy report confirms that Boss left a note before his death, alluding to "past challenges," and investigators concluded that his death was a suicide.

Despite his death being ruled as a suicide, Boss did not have a will in place, and his wife filed a petition for his half of their shared estate.

Allison Holker Boss, his wife, expressed her heartbreak on Instagram, describing Twitch as "pure love and light" and emphasizing that he was her family.

The Boss family laid Twitch to rest in an intimate funeral service at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale in January, weeks after his death.