Jennifer Aniston shared her sorrow

Jennifer Aniston shared her sorrow for the death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss on social media on Thursday, penning a message conveying her grief over the loss of her buddy.

The actress, who spoke on The Morning Show, claimed she was heartbroken when she learned the celebrity had died at 40.

Jennifer took to her stories and shared a video of herself meeting and embracing tWitch.

“I am heartbroken,” she wrote. “The unconditional love and genuine joy you brought into this world will be greatly missed. “Rest in peace, great soul.”

The coroner’s office ruled that the former “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant and DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” committed suicide on Tuesday, December 13, and the case file for his death has been closed as a result of this decision.

His wife Allison, two of their children, Maddox and Zaia, and a stepdaughter named Weslie survive him. Allison confirmed his death in a statement released on December 14th.

“It is with heavy hearts that I must inform you that my husband Stephen has left us,” she stated, adding, “It is with extreme grief that I must offer this news.”

“Whenever Stephen walked into a room, he was like a beacon of light. Above all, he valued his family, friends, and the town where he lived. To him, leading with love and light was everything. He was the basis of our family, the ideal husband and father, and an example to those who knew him.”

“It would be an understatement to say that he did not leave a legacy, and his positive influence will be felt long after he is gone,” she concluded. I am confident that we will remember him every day. During this terrible time for our family, particularly for our three children, we humbly request that you respect our need for privacy.”

Allison closed her statement by telling Stephen, “We love you, we miss you, and I will always save the last dance for you.”