Allison Holker Is ‘Confident’ About Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Estate

Preserving her head up. Allison Holker is making an attempt to remain constructive after her husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, died by suicide with out a will at 40 in December 2022.

“This has been a tough course of for Allison, however she’s assured it’s going to all work out ultimately and that the youngsters will likely be taken care of,” a supply solely reveals within the new situation of Us Weekly.

The Minnesota native, 35, — who wed Boss in 2013 — filed for half of the late hip hop dancer’s property earlier this month. The couple shared son Maddox, 6, and daughter Zaia, 3. Boss additionally adopted Holker’s daughter Weslie, 14, from a earlier relationship.

“Anybody who knew Stephen would let you know his spouse and youngsters had been his No. 1 precedence,” the insider added, noting that the Ellen DeGeneres Present alum “completely … would have needed” his spouse to acquire entry to the property. “There’s each confidence the courts will comply with do the correct factor and provides her half his property,” the supply mentioned.

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Holker and Boss linked as all-stars on season 7 of So You Suppose You Can Dance, which aired in 2010. After three years of relationship, the pair tied the knot in December 2013. The Alabama native’s demise got here simply 9 days after the dancers celebrated their ninth wedding ceremony anniversary.

Since shedding her husband, Holker has centered on celebrating his legacy and caring for his or her kids.

“Allison has been an actual mama bear, defending the youngsters and dealing with the whole lot she’s acquired to get by this unthinkable tragedy as greatest as they will,” the insider shared. “It’s all nonetheless so uncooked, everyone seems to be heartbroken, however they’ve Stephen as their guiding mild offering power. Allison and the youngsters know he’d need them to maneuver ahead and rebuild their lives, nevertheless painful it’s with out him there.”

The Dancing With the Stars alum shared a candy message to Boss through Instagram in January.

“To my husband, greatest buddy, babe, Chee-chalker, Superman and father of my kids I LOVE YOU FOREVER and ALWAYS!” she captioned a photograph slideshow of comfortable moments with the Star Search alum. “We’ll perpetually keep in mind you because the true beacon of sunshine that you just had been and we are going to proceed to forged your mild and love all through the world. Thanks for our unimaginable recollections and our stunning life shared collectively.”

The feedback part flooded with messages of affection and help.

“His mild lives on with all of you,” Ellen DeGeneres wrote, whereas Holker’s fellow DWTS professional Derek Hough chimed in, “A real icon. We love you Allison 🙏🏼.”

Hough, 37 — who labored with Boss on NBC’s World of Dance — praised Holker after attending a Saturday, February 11, Celebration of Life memorial for the Magic Mike XXL actor.

“As we speak we honored and celebrated our pricey buddy. The love felt within the room was palpable, the speeches had been pure and the celebration of his life was a rollercoaster of feelings,” the Utah native wrote through Instagram on Sunday, February 12. “I’ve a lot admiration for @allisonholker demonstrating grace, power and braveness throughout this extremely tough time. Thanks for permitting us to share this susceptible second all collectively. We love you tWitch.”

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