Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’ widow Allison Holker granted half late husband’s estate

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Allison Holker and Stephen Boss attend the Los Angeles premiere screening of "Velvet Buzzsaw" at American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre on January 28, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

The estate of American TV and dance star Stephen “tWitch” Boss has been settled after he died without leaving a will.

The freestyle hip-hop dancer, choreographer, and actor took his own life at the age of 40 years old last December – to the shock and sadness of family and fans.

He left behind his wife, 35-year-old dancer, choreographer, and actress Allison Holker and their three children; 14-year-old daughter Weslie, seven-year-old son Maddox, and youngest child Zaia, three.

A court has now determined how his money will be distributed following his tragic death last year.

The Superior Court of California declared: “Half of Stephen's monetary earnings from his work as a choreographer, producer and more have been granted to his wife.”

They also report that the decision was made on 26 April – four months after Boss took his own life in Encino, Los Angeles.

The report goes on to state that during the case, Allison had “filed a California Spousal Property Petition, to prove to the court that she is the Stephen's wife.”

The petition from Allison's legal team noted that Stephen “owned nothing of value at the time of marriage.”

It also states he “did not receive any assets by way of gift, devise or bequest during the marriage, and all existing assets were acquired during the marriage, by virtue of the work, skills and efforts of the parties.”

It is now reported that Allison was “granted earnings that include half of Stephen's interest from 100% of his shares of Stephen Boss Productions, Inc., half of the interest from his Goldman Sachs Investment account, half of his interest in royalties from Cast and Crew Production Services and half of his interest in royalties from Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.”

It's unclear where the other half of Boss’s fortune will go.

Fans of the dance star were devastated in December when news of his death was revealed.

Allison confirmed his death on December 14, 2022, writing in a statement: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to share my husband Stephen has left us.


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