Scooter Braun deletes Instagram and Twitter after divorce filing
Scooter Braun files for divorce from Yael Cohen after 7 years
Scooter Braun checked into intensive ‘psycho-spiritual retreat’ before split
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Scooter Braun went dark on social media.
The music manager has deleted his Instagram and Twitter accounts after filing for divorce from now-estranged-wife, Yael Cohen.
Braun, who used his social media accounts primarily to promote his artists such as Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, had very recently shared a gushing anniversary post to Cohen, just days before Page Six broke the news that they were separated.
The Israeli model still has her Instagram active, though she hasn’t posted a photo to her grid since Nov. 3, 2020. She did, however, comment on Braun’s post dedicated to their seventh wedding anniversary.
The former couple reportedly began dating in 2013, and have three kids: Jagger, 6, Levi, 4, and Hart, 2.
Hiring famed divorce attorney Laura Wasser, Braun filed for divorce from Yael last Wednesday.
The court documents filed in Los Angeles made it clear there is a prenuptial agreement in place between the businessman, 40, and the 34-year-old F–k Cancer co-founder.
Braun is seeking joint custody of his and Cohen’s kids. He has also agreed to pay his estranged wife spousal support.
Page Six also revealed that Braun had secretly checked into an “intense psycho-spiritual retreat” months before his separation from Cohen. Back in the fall, sources told Page Six that Braun had entered the celebrity-beloved 7-day Hoffman Process program, but when we reached out for comment, Braun lied, denying that he’d ever been there.
He later admitted on a podcast he had, in fact, attended the wellness retreat after experiencing the “darkest” thoughts of his life.
“You know what happened? My wife Yael, and my children,” he said. “I learned I love someone more than me, and loving them made me go do the work.”
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