Scooter Braun has agreed to pay his ex-wife, Yael Cohen, $20 million as part of their divorce settlement, court documents show.
Braun, who represents musicians such as Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, will also keep 100 pieces of art from their collection, which includes works by Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the divorce settlement, obtained by Page Six, shows.
Braun will also hold onto their private jet, as well as the new $65 million mansion he purchased amid their divorce, while the F–k Cancer founder will remain in their $30 million Brentwood, Calif., estate.
The now-former couple had a prenuptial agreement in place, but the hefty payout to Cohen is to cover the split of property value and serves as a spousal-support buyout.
The former couple has also agreed on joint custody of their three children: Jagger, 7, Levi, 5, and 3-year-old Hart.
Braun, 41, will pay $60,000 a month in child support to cover the costs of raising the three children.
Page Six broke the news in July 2021 that Braun and Cohen had separated after 7 years of marriage. Despite the split, a source insisted they were “friends.” Days later, the Grammy-nominated record executive filed for divorce, using famed attorney Laura Wasser, who has represented Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie and more stars in their dissolutions.
We also revealed earlier this month that Braun and Cohen, 35, finally reached an agreement in their divorce after more than a year of proceedings.
While Braun has maintained his and Cohen’s split was amicable, he had secretly checked into an “intense psycho-spiritual retreat” months before their separation, although he initially denied it.
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