The postmortem report of Stephen 'Twitch' Boss gives additional light on the circumstances surrounding his death.

An autopsy report has revealed additional details concerning Stephen "Twitch" Boss's untimely death nearly six months after his death.

Boss, the DJ and executive producer on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," committed suicide on December 13, last year, startling his fans, friends, and family.

"No one suspected he was low. "He didn't want people to know," his wife, Allison Holker Boss, told anyone in May. "He just wanted to be everyone's Superman and protector."

According to an L.A. County coroner report acquired by The Times, Boss died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Oak Tree Inn motel in Encino.

A fresh autopsy report obtained by The Times answers some remaining issues, verifying that no narcotics or alcohol were found in the dancer's system at the time of his death.

The investigation also indicated that according to his family, Boss has no history of suicidal ideation or suicide attempts.

 His wife had filed a missing persons report with the Los Angeles Police Department the day before Boss was discovered dead by the motel housekeeper 10 minutes after checkout time.

"It's been really difficult because I don't understand what was going on at the time [he died]," said Holker Boss.