After Missing Check-out, a Maid Found 'twitch' Boss' Body in a Hotel Bathroom

After Missing Check-out, a Maid Found ‘twitch’ Boss’ Body in a Hotel Bathroom

After Missing Check-out, a Maid Found ‘twitch’ Boss’ Body in a Hotel Bathroom: The maid of an Encino hotel discovered Stephen “tWitch” Boss dead on Tuesday, according to RadarOnline.com. Exclusive information from the management of Oak Tree Inn, who asked to remain unnamed, reveals that tWitch checked into the hotel on Monday and arrived at the basic but accommodating establishment without a car.

He admitted that, despite rumors, no gunshots were heard. The manager claimed that after tWitch didn’t check out at 11 AM the following day, he sent the maid to his room, where she used her key to gain entry. He claims that the maid discovered the star’s body in the restroom.

He called 911 to report a gunshot after telling the management about the horrifying image. He couldn’t tell us where Twitch’s wounds were, though. The hotel management confirms that no obvious suicide note was left, but Twitch did have a small bag with him when he checked in, and it was discovered in his room when he passed away. Sadly, Twitch’s Los Angeles home is only a 14-minute walk from the hotel.

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Twitch passed away on Tuesday after self-inflicting a gunshot wound, according to RadarOnline.com. We can confirm that his autopsy is going to happen today. His friends expressed their “horror” and “disbelief” at the news, saying that their thoughts are with his wife, Allison Holker, and his children, Maddox, Zaia, and Weslie Renae (Holker’s daughter whom he adopted).

His passing was confirmed by Allison in a heartfelt message. “Stephen brought light into every space he entered. Above all else, he treasured his family, friends, and community. He believed that the best way to lead was to lead with love and light. He served as the foundation of our family, was the best husband and father, and served as an example to his followers.

It would be an understatement to say that he left a legacy, and his beneficial influence will still be felt, she added. There won’t be a day that goes by that we don’t remember him, I’m positive of that. During this trying time for myself and especially for our three kids, we kindly request your privacy.

“Stephen, I’ll always save the last dance for you. We love you. We miss you.” The pair recently celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary on Saturday, and on Monday they shared touching tributes to their love.

The LAPD was informed by Allison on Tuesday that her husband had left the house without his car, which she stated was unusual for her spouse. It’s unclear why she held off on calling the police after Twitch left the previous day. Allison has been contacted by RadarOnline.com for comment.