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According to hotel management, the astonished maid discovered the DJ from Ellen DeGeneres’ program who shot himself in a hotel room in Los Angeles this week.

Stephen “tWitch” Boss, a seasoned executive producer of Ellen’s show, arrived at the Oak Tree Inn in Encino at about 10.30 a.m. on Monday.

“He went inside his room and never came out,” Rakesh, the manager, added.

The maid arrived at about 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday to check on the room. His stuff was inside, even though no one was present. She discovered blood all over the restroom when she went to use it.

She was scared. This is the first time something like this has occurred in this town.

“The 911 operator instructed us to check his pulse, but there was none. When police and paramedics came, he was pronounced dead.”

According to Rakesh, the shooting was not heard by visitors or personnel, who asked to be identified only by his first name.

‘Perhaps he did it on Monday throughout the day. Because of the busy, noisy road outside, he imagined no one heard it.

On Monday, at 9.20 a.m., the boss called to see if rooms were still available and then walked the few blocks from his residence. He appeared “very normal” and “calm,” according to Rakesh.

“When we knocked, there was no response,” Rakesh explained. When the maid opened the door, his items were still in the room.

The manager explained that Boss shot himself in the restroom, which another employee confirmed.

He checked into the motel under his identity on Monday and was not discovered until Tuesday morning, according to police.

Workers called the situation “terrible,” alleging the man “shot himself in the head,” but no one heard the gunshots.

He left the house without his car on Monday, and when he didn’t return home by Tuesday — he’d been gone overnight — his wife called the police.

Boss’ family gathered at his six-bedroom Encino home on Wednesday morning to care for his grieving wife and children, embracing his sobbing son as he rushed out to meet them.

According to one source, the family has declined to speak.

Stephen has three children: three-year-old Zaia, six-year-old Maddox Laurel, and fourteen-year-old Weslie Renae, born in Alison’s previous relationship but was adopted by Stephen. The competitor on So You Think You Can Dancing and his dance instructor wife Alison, 34, met on the show in 2010.

According to a sign on the family’s front lawn, daughter Weslie hopes to attend Notre Dame University with the class of 2026; hence, the suicide has cast a shadow over her promising future.

She also models sports equipment and is a young influencer for companies like her parents’ Dick’s Sporting Goods. She is also a member of her school’s soccer team.

They were celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary when they appeared on the show in November, just three days before his death. They were upbeat and optimistic about the future.

To commemorate the occasion, Boss and his wife posted a touching video of them dancing on social media.

He began working on Ellen’s show in 2014 and was promoted to executive producer in 2022.