Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss – Judge Awards Entertainer’s Widow Half Of His Future Royalties From ‘Ellen’ & ‘Magic Mike’

Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss – Judge Awards Entertainer’s Widow Half Of His Future Royalties From ‘Ellen’ & ‘Magic Mike’


A judge has awarded Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’ widow Allison Holker half of his future royalties from Ellen, So You Think You Can Dance and Magic Mike.

According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline, a hearing was held this week on Holker’s spousal property petition. In her petition, Holker asked that the court order,

“property passing to the surviving spouse or surviving registered domestic partner without administration.”

She noted that tWitch didn’t own anything “of value” when they married, and,

“existing assets were acquired during the marriage, by virtue of the work, skills and efforts of the parties.”

Her petition stated,

“There were no written agreements between the parties that would have impacted the determination that the assets were community property.”

Stephen “tWitch” Boss

According to RadarOnline, the assets in question include Stephen Boss Productions, which is valued at $600k, and a Goldman Sachs investment account that holds $25k. Allison Holker requested half of the ownership of the production company and a portion of the Goldman account.

Furthermore, she is also asked for a portion of Stephen’s future earnings.

She said,

“During the marriage, decedent had numerous projects and performed as dancer, choreographer, actor and producer which resulted in rights to royalties as listed in Attachments 7a and 7b of the petition. The majority of these royalties were through Stephen Boss Productions. Petitioner has not located specific contracts related to these royalties as they constitute a stream of income being paid to decedent and the corporation. They will continue in the future as shows and productions are re-broadcast.”

She continued,

“The funds used to establish the business and investment accounts came from decedent’s work as a dancer, choreographer, actor and producer during the marriage.”

The judge signed off on the petition. The order read,

“The Court finds that sufficient evidence has been provided to grant the matter on the calendar this date based upon the reading of the moving papers and consideration of all presented evidence.”

As previously reported, tWitch was found dead in a motel room less than a mile from his Los Angeles home on Dec. 13. Employees visited the room after he failed to check out on time and discovered him dead in the bathroom from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. According to law enforcement sources, he left behind a note referencing his past battles.

Stephen “tWitch” Boss & his family

tWitch is known by many for being the hype-man and DJ on the long-running Ellen DeGeneres talk show. He became an executive producer on the show in 2020.

The late entertainer and his wife, who is a dancer and actress, shared three children together: Weslie, 14, Maddox, 6, and Zaia, 3.

theJasmineBRAND continues to send our condolences to the family of Stephen “tWitch” Boss!

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Authored by: Monique Nicole