A May 24 autopsy report revealed that Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss had no traces of alcohol, drugs, or other chemicals in his body when he passed away.
His death was not brought on by “additional wounds, substances, or other factors,” as had been claimed, according to the inquiry.
Boss died from a gunshot wound to the head, and it was decided that he committed suicide, according to the postmortem results, which confirmed what many people already knew. Only a few days had passed since he and his wife, Allison Holker Boss, had celebrated their third wedding anniversary, and it had only been a few months since he turned 40.
According to Allison’s statement in the report, her husband “does not have a history of suicide attempts or suicidal ideation,” and she also said that he “does not have any mental health problems” in addition to “does not have any financial issues or marital problems.”
He “does not have any financial issues or marital problems,” according to Allison. Stephen looked to be himself before he died.
‘tWitch’ Stephen and Allison Holker Boss Boss started dating in 2010 and was married in December of the same year after being engaged in June. After they were married, Stephen adopted Allison’s daughter from a previous relationship, and they later welcomed two additional children: a son in 2016 and a daughter in 2019.
Through an investigation into his death, a timeline of the events leading up to Boss’ passing on December 13, 2022, was made public. He apparently took an Uber to the motel, which was less than a mile from his house, to make sure no one could find him.
The next morning, when she discovered he had left the home without taking their car, which was unusual for him, she grew worried. When she reported him missing to the police, paramedics didn’t receive a call for a medical emergency at the nearby Oak Tree Inn until 11:15 a.m. on December 13.
When he didn’t check out on time, the housekeeping staff found his body. Later, staff members at the motel confirmed that Stephen had arrived with an overnight bag the day before and observed that he had not shown any indications of “distress” or been “overly upset.” Nobody nearby heard a gunshot that evening.
After Stephen “tWitch” Boss passed away, Abby Holker Boss withdrew from the public eye for almost five months. However, she recently broke her silence in interviews as she struggled to adjust to life without the “backbone” of their five children.
Even five months after his passing, she said that she is still in shock and claimed that nobody could have foreseen this. She acknowledges that she still struggles to accept his departure, but she does her best to remain composed out of love and worry for their three children, who are also struggling and in need of extra support.
She talked about some of the challenging conversations she had to have with her children, who periodically wonder about whether and when their father will return. She recognizes that she still speaks to her husband frequently even though he is no longer physically present, as if he were present and attentive the entire time.
Nobody was aware of his deep depression. He didn’t want anyone to know. He just wanted to be everyone’s Superman and protector,” says Allison, 35. He “brought so much joy to this world,” thus he deserved to be remembered as the lovely man he was.