Allison Holker Lists Home For $3.8M 10 Months After Stephen Boss’s Death

Late DJ Stephen’ tWitch’ Boss‘s widow, Allison Holker, has reportedly put up their home for sale ten months after his passing.

The home, which was built in 2018 and boasts six bedrooms, three fireplaces, a pool, and a hot tub, is listed for the sum of $3.8 million

This comes after the mother of three took to Boss’ graveside on his birthday, where she and their kids paid a heartfelt tribute to the late dancer. 

Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’s Widow Puts Home Up For Sale


Ten months after her husband’s shocking death from suicide, Allison Holker has put up their stunning home for sale. According to a new report, Holker listed their Encino estate for the sum of $3,795,000 earlier this month.

The stunning property, built in 2018, is 4,600 square feet and comes decked with a pool, six bedrooms, three fireplaces, and a hot tub. 

Per TMZ, the main house comprises of five suites and a poolhouse with a private bathroom. It also has a chef’s kitchen, which sits at the center of the property’s open floor plan and boasts a center island, a pantry, a sink, a stove, and a dishwasher.

Holker and Boss purchased the super modern home in 2019 for $2.75 million. News of the DJ’s death by suicide in 2022 shocked many, especially his wife, who revealed she had no idea what he was going through.

Allison Holker Honors Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss On His Posthumous Birthday

Boss, a renowned dancer known for his role as the former “Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ, died in December last year after committing suicide.

In September, on what would have been his 41st birthday, his widow, Holker, honored him by posting pictures of his gravesite alongside a touching tribute on Instagram.

The photos show Holker with their children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, at the late DJ’s graveside. The atmosphere was a mix of heartbreaking reflection and joyful remembrance of his memory.

Holker captioned the post: “We honor our beautiful, sweet, kind and loving Stephen tWitch Laurel Boss, forever on our hearts and minds carrying us, guiding us, and lifting us. We feel your presence daily and will forever be grateful for the beautiful times we shared. We feel your arms wrapping around us and holding us up today. Happy birthday my love @sir_twitch_alot.”

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Months after his passing, Allison finally opened up about her grief in a chat with People magazine, where she shared how heartbroken she was and how she and her kids were coping with the pain of his loss.

Holker stated that his death shocked and deeply affected her, saying, “No one had any inkling that he was low. He didn’t want people to know.” She also revealed that despite being his partner, she was unaware that Boss was struggling as he kept his pain to himself and tried to be everyone’s “Superman and protector.”

“It’s been really hard because I can’t understand what was happening in that moment (he died),” Holker said at the time.

Holker shared that she is inspired to continue Boss’ legacy and honor the man he was. “Stephen brought so much joy to this world, and he deserves to be remembered as the beautiful man he was,” she noted.

Allison Holker And Her Kids Are ‘Coping Together’

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During her chat with People, Holker also discussed her struggle with the overwhelming grief and responsibilities of now being a single mother after Boss’ death. 

“You’re trying to help yourself and help your children and friends and family, and it took a toll,” she said. “Literally, getting up in the morning was getting harder and harder.”

However, she found comfort in cold-plunging at night, which, at the time, she said had become a part of her daily practice. “Spiritually and mentally, it’s really helped as well,” Holker noted.

Since losing Boss, the 35-year-old has shared that she and her kids have formed a new relationship that requires genuine communication and vulnerability. 

“I’m trying to teach them — and myself — that if you’re angry or sad, it doesn’t mean you’re a bad person,” she said. “We’re coping together, and that requires trust and being really vulnerable.”

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