Stephen 'tWitch' Boss' wife Allison Holker claims they had 'no argument' before he walked out and shot himself
LOS ANGELES: Stephen "tWitch" Boss' wife claimed that the couple had no altercation before he secretly left their home on December 12 and shot himself. According to TMZ, which cited law enforcement sources, Boss' wife of nine years, Allison Holker, called the Los Angeles police on December 13 to report him missing, claiming he had disappeared without a trace the day before and wasn't responding her calls.
Holker vehemently claimed there had been no quarrel or argument that led to his leaving just three days after their wedding anniversary. She also asserted that his lack of contact on Stephen's part was incredibly out of character for him.
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Police went with Holker back to the family home in order to look for any leads after she reported him missing. However, not long after, a 911 call came in from a nearby motel, where a housekeeper had found Boss dead from a gunshot wound to the head.
Alison has three children, Zaia, 3, Maddox Laurel, 6, and Weslie Renae, 14 from a previous relationship but all three were adopted by Stephen. When the couple was interviewed on the Jennifer Hudson Show in November, they seemed content and excited about their future, even discussing plans to try for another child. "I love the little babies, I love them. It's a constant conversation," said Boss. Allison excitedly told Hudson, "I think we would love to start trying for another one."
Holker gave a statement, paying her late husband a heartfelt tribute, "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. To say he left a legacy would be an understatement, and his positive impact will continue to be felt. I am certain there won’t be a day that goes by that we won’t honor his memory." Concluding she said, "Stephen, we love you, we miss you, and I will always save the last dance for you."
Boss checked into room 249 at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino around 10.30 am on December 12. The next day, when he didn't check out, his body was discovered in the bathroom when a maid went in to clean the room. "He went into his room, and he never came out,' the manager, Rakesh, said. No visitors or employees heard the gunfire, according to Rakesh, who asked to only be recognized by his first name. "Maybe he did it during the day on Monday. It's a busy, loud road outside here, it's possible nobody heard it because of that," he said, as reported by Daily Mail.
Boss called ahead to see whether rooms were still available on December 12 morning at about 9.20 am, and then walked the few blocks from his house to the motel. He appeared "completely normal" and "calm," according to Rakesh.