The 40-year-old manager decided to take a break from social media just days after THIS. Check out what happened here!
Just days after officially filing for divorce from his wife Yael Cohen, Scooter Braun decided to take a break from social media and deleted his Instagram and Twitter accounts!
According to several media outlets, Scooter filed for divorce on July 21st 2021, and he's allegedly asking for joint custody of their three children, Jagger, Levi and Hart.
Also, Scooter -who manages artists such as Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Demi Lovato- is willing to pay his former wife support and child support.
It did not took long for fans to realize that after just days of the divorce filing becoming official, Scooter had deactivated his social media accounts.
Months before the announcement of their separation, it was reported that the 40-year-old manager had checked into an psycho-spiritual retreat, and back in June, Scooter admitted to having checked into the 7-day Hoffman process program during a program. "My wife and I began to hear all kinds of rumors, like '[Scooter] has gone crazy'. But it wasn't that," he said during an interview, "It was just feeling like I wasn't present in my life."
However, earlier this month, he had shared a sweet anniversary tribute to Yael on Instagram, and she still has her accounts activated with photos of the two of them public. Also, she still has "Yael Cohen Braun" as her name on that social media platform.
The musical manager has been in the eye of the storm for the last few years after he bought the rights to Taylor Swift's earliest records, which were recorded with Big Machine. After that, Taylor announced that she would be re-recording her first 5 albums in order to own her own art.