Scooter Braun, Yael Cohen Split After 7 Years Of Marriage But Not Divorcing: Report


  • Scooter Braun and Yael Cohen have separated, according to multiple outlets
  • Their separation was common knowledge among their pals for over a month
  • The music mogul shared a wedding photo last week to celebrate their seventh anniversary

Scooter Braun and his wife Yael Cohen have called it quits, according to several outlets. To see also : Ivanka Trump Looks Fashionable During Outing Amid Dad Donald’s Second Impeachment Trial.

Braun and Cohen are no longer together, multiple news outlets including Entertainment Tonight and Page Six reported this week.

Braun, who manages popular artists like Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, and his wife had been through a rocky patch before they decided to part ways. Insiders told Page Six that their imminent separation was common knowledge among their pals for over a month. 

Despite their split, the two have no immediate plans to divorce. In fact, they have chosen to remain amicable.

“They’re friends,” an insider told the outlet.

Braun and Cohen have been putting on a united front on social media. The music mogul even shared a black and white wedding photo on Instagram to celebrate their 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,” he wrote in the caption.  

Meanwhile, Cohen’s last post for Braun was way back in June 2020 when she greeted him for Father’s Day. She accompanied her post with a family photo where Braun could be seen carrying their two kids and her grinning while holding another baby.

“Happy Father’s Day @scooterbraun, thank you for creating the three loves of our life with me. They’re most likely yours,” she wrote.

Cohen and Braun began dating in 2013 and tied the knot on July 4, 2014. They have three kids together, Jagger, 6, Levi, 4, and Hart, 2.

In a 2018 interview, Braun gushed about his wife when he appeared on Ashley Graham’s “Pretty Big Deal” podcast. 

“There was my insecurities; I was having a lot of success and I was looking for what validated me. And then when I met her, I realized, between her and the kids, I don’t need that validation anywhere anymore,” he was quoted as saying by ET.

“I can just do good work and I can try and be kind to people. Other people’s issues are not my issue. I can only control my own actions. But she kind of gave me that comfort that I’m enough,” he added.

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