Boss Left A “Suicide Note” Before Shooting Himself

( According to reports, Stephen “tWitch” Boss turned his phone to airplane mode, left a suicide note referencing difficulties he had previously faced, and then shot himself in the head. He was in a motel.

The 40-year-old’s suicide took place only one mile from his home.

Around 10.30 am on Monday, Boss, a longtime executive producer of the Ellen DeGeneres show, checked into the Oak Tree Inn in Encino.

The day after he failed to check out, he was discovered dead in his bathroom.

He put his phone on airplane mode so no one could reach him. Boss’ wife of nine years, Allison Holker, called the Los Angeles police on Tuesday to report him missing, claiming he had disappeared the day before and wasn’t returning her calls.

Just three days after their wedding anniversary, Holker claimed no argument or fight led to his departure, and he claimed his lack of communication was remarkably out of character.

Police went with Holker back to the family home to look for any leads regarding his disappearance. Not long after they arrived, a 911 call came in from a nearby motel, where a housekeeper had discovered Boss dead from a gunshot wound.

Zaia, 3, Maddox Laurel, 6, and Weslie Renae, 14, who was born in Alison’s previous relationship but was adopted by Stephen, were the three children that Boss, 40, left behind.

In a heartfelt statement on Wednesday, Holker paid tribute to him and promised to “save the last dance” for him. She then welcomed their grieving relatives to their Encino home.

Boss checked into room 249 at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino around 10.30 am on Monday. The next day, his body was discovered in the bathroom when he didn’t check out.

Manager Rakesh claimed, “He went into his room, and he never came out.”

The maid opened the door to check on the room on Tuesday at 11.15 a.m.

Although no one was present, his belongings were inside. There was blood all over the restroom, which she checked. She was petrified. Nothing like that has ever occurred in this place before. The 911 operator instructed us to check his pulse, but there was none when she did. He was declared dead when the police and paramedics arrived.

Monday morning, around 9.20 am, Boss called ahead to see if rooms were still available and then walked the few blocks from his house. He appeared “completely normal” and “calm,” according to Rakesh.