Scooter Braun has filed for divorce from his wife, Yael Cohen, after 7 years of marriage.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Justin Bieber’s manager filed the dissolution of marriage in Los Angeles County Courts. In the filing, Braun is asking for joint custody of the couple’s three children.
The music mogul, who manages pop stars including Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, and J Balvin, also checks the boxes on the divorce which says he is willing to pay child support to his ex-wife and has agreed to pay her spousal support.
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Scooter and Braun began dating in 2013 and were married at Cohen’s parent’s home in Whistler, Canada. In 2015, they welcomed their first child and currently have 3 kids. According to the filing, Scooter leaves the date of separation as ‘Too Be Determined.”
Interestingly, according to reports, the couple has an iron-clad prenup that lays out the dividing of their assets. At this point, the divorce is amicable. Apparently, the former couple has considered a reconciliation, but the divorce filing seems to be the end to that situation.
As we reported, rumors swirled about the couple’s split several weeks ago — but the couple brushed off the story after posting about their 7 year anniversary. “If just for the kids you have given me everything. But thanks to you I have grown, I have been pushed to be the best version of myself and to continue growing and learning. That all happened because you came into my life. 7 years. The adventure is just beginning. Thank you Yae. I love you. Happy anniversary,” Scooter posted on Instagram.
Yael responded, “A Team 4lyfe.”
It’s unclear if Scooter’s now ex-wife agrees with joint custody or will go along with the financial situation, but so far, she has not responded to the divorce filing. Interestingly, Scooter has made huge headlines over his purchase and subsequent sale of Tayler Swift’s master recordings. If the reports are correct, Braun made a profit off of the deal, and it would be part of the couple’s community property.
Now, the only issue is dividing it all down right down the middle…