ODD NEW DETAILS In The Death Of Ellen’s DJ Twitch – Are We 100% Sure He Killed His Own Life?

Stephen Laurel “tWitch” Boss was found dead in a cheap Los Angeles motel 10 days ago. At the time of death, police ruled the death a suicide and concluded that Twitch had shot himself in the head with a pistol.

And that explanation seems to be the best explanation for what has happened to date. But Media Take Out learned that new evidence has surfaced, leading other theories to surface on social media.

So what are the new facts? Well Media Take Out has confirmed that despite tWitch’s death from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, no gunshots were heard from staff. After the maid informed the manager of the discovery of the room’s dead occupant, he dialed 911 to report a shooting.

Here’s another strange fact. Twitch was once shot in the head, according to police. But when the maid called 9-1-1, Media Take Out learned that the maid couldn’t tell us where tWitch’s wounds were.


The manager was interviewed by Radar Online this week and he told them so no visible farewell letter was left, But Twitch had a small bag with him when he arrived at the motel, which was reportedly found in his room at the time of his death.

This is in direct contradiction to a TMZ report from a week ago, in which TMZ reported that law enforcement sources told them that Twitch left a “suicide note” that contained an ambiguous reference to his past challenges.

What do all these new facts mean? Probably nothing. But you already know that Twitter is going crazy with new theories…

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