Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’ Surviving Spouse, Allison Holker, Granted Half of the Future Earnings in Court Order

The late Stephen tWitch Boss, who passed away in December 2022, will have half of his future earnings going to his surviving spouse, Allison Holker.

The late Stephen tWitch Boss Surviving Spouse, Allison Holker
The late Stephen tWitch Boss The late Stephen tWitch Boss

According to documents obtained by CNN, the order granted Holker one-half interest in all shares of Boss’s company, Stephen Boss Productions, Inc., and one-half of the interest earned in an investment account.

Holker will also receive one-half of the future earnings and royalties of all entities relating to Boss’s professional pursuits. The petition for the property was filed by Holker earlier this year due to Boss not having a will at the time of his death.

Boss, a renowned dancer and television personality, was pronounced dead in December 2022 in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino. Holker shared a statement about her husband’s passing, saying that Stephen “valued family, friends and community above all else and leading with love and light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.”

She also said there won’t be a day that they won’t honor his memory. Boss was widely known as ‘tWitch’ and was a beloved figure in television and the dance world. He served as the DJ for the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and became famous on the dance competition show “So You Think You Can Dance.” Holker and Boss have three children together.

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