Scooter Braun has deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
The music industry mogul, 40, made his departure from social media on Sunday, when eagle-eyed fans noticed that he had disappeared from both of the platforms.
The manager’s bold move comes not long after he filed for a divorce from his wife of several years, Yael Cohen.
Going incognito: Scooter Braun’s fans noticed that he deleted his Instagram and Twitter accounts on Sunday; he is seen in February of 2020
Many of Braun’s followers noticed that his estranged spouse’s Instagram account was still active, and many photos that featured him were still up.
Reports the couple had split emerged earlier this month, but Braun made things official earlier this week via LA courts.
The couple will follow the terms of their prenuptial agreement, likely leaving Scooter with most of his assets along with his burgeoning music empire.
Neither of the two have made any public statements regarding the end of their marriage as of yet.
It’s over! The music mogul officially filed for divorce from his estranged wife, Yael Cohen, earlier this week; they are pictured in 2020
And in April he scored big when sold his company to the agency behind K-pop phenomenon BTS for a whopping $1.05billion.
According to the terms of their prenup, which was drafted by Hollywood divorce super-attorney Laura Wasser, he will pay spousal support to Yael, who is the heir to a South African mining fortune. Documents did not list a date of separation.
Still connected: By the terms of the couple’s prenup, Braun will likely retain most of his assets following his divorce, although he will pay Cohen spousal support; he is seen with Cohen in 2018
It’s likely Wasser – who’s worked with celebrities like or Angelina Jolie, Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Johnny Depp, Ryan Reynolds, Christina Aguilera, and Dr. Dre – crafted Braun an iron-clad agreement securing his sizable fortune.
Just hours after news of the divorce filings, Yael was seen in the Brentwood neighborhood of LA without a wedding ring.
Scooter, whose real name is Scott, is reportedly worth around $400million after his company Ithaca Holdings was acquired by HYBE, formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment.
Sources who spoke to TMZ said the situation seemed amicable, also noting that the pair have split and reunited in the past, so reconciliation could be possible.
Public: Yael was seen out in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles on the same day as the divorce news, not sporting a wedding ring
Finances: Yael, who is the heir to a South African mining fortune, will be receiving spousal support from her ex but there is a prenup which applies to the rest of his assets
Earlier this month it was reported the couple, who share three children, were done but were still sharing a home.
‘They are still currently living together, but eventually Scooter will be moving out,’ an insider told Us Weekly at the time, adding that the pair were ‘remaining amicable for the sake of the kids.’
Scooter seemed to signal he was on good terms Yael when he shared a black-and-white snapshot from his and Yael’s wedding to mark their wedding anniversary on July 6th, just weeks ahead of the breakup news.
‘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 gushed about Yael, who is the co-founder of the organization F*** Cancer, in his caption.
‘The adventure is just beginning’: Scooter, whose real name is Scott, posted a black-and-white snapshot from his and Yael’s wedding to mark their wedding anniversary on July 6th
Trying: Earlier this month it was reported the couple, who share three kids, were done but were still living together. They are pictured at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in 2020
‘That all happened because you came in to my life. 7 years. The adventure is just beginning. Thank you Yael. I love you . Happy anniversary.’
The pair began dating in 2013 and were wed by July 2014 in Whistler, British Columbia at a celebrity-strewn affair where they walked down the aisle as Justin sang All You Need Is Love by the Beatles.
Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were among the couple’s famous wedding guests as was Sophia Bush, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
During an interview with British GQ last year Scooter compared his business affairs to his relationship in the sense that ‘marriage is all about compromise.’
‘The dashing tycoon said: ‘If she’s shutting down on me, then I did something to make her shut down. So we talk through it and we get through it.’
‘Silly as f***’: On a recent episode of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Erika Jayne denied rumors that she had an affair with Scooter
The original breakup news came in the wake of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne vehemently denying she had an affair with Scooter during an episode of her reality show.
She could be seen dismissing reports that she ‘was seeing my old Dancing with the Stars partner [Gleb Savchenko], and then I was seeing Scooter Braun.’
Deriding the conjecture as being ‘silly as f***’ she insisted: ‘I haven’t seen either one of them in four-and-a-half, five years.’
Erika, 50, filed for divorce from her husband Tom Girardi, 82, last November and has claimed she did so without even warning him.
It seems that Scooter has been doing some soul-searching recently. He reportedly ‘secretly checked into spiritual retreat’ month before deciding to call it quits with Yael.
Superstar: Meanwhile Scooter has lately been locked in a notorious feud with Taylor Swift who is pictured at the Brit Awards in London this May
According to its website, the £3,500 Hoffman Process ‘is a seven-day residential course that helps you discover who you really are, freeing you to make conscious choices that will improve your relationships with the people around you.’
Meanwhile Scooter has been locked in a notorious feud with Taylor Swift after his company bought the label that owned the masters to her first six albums.
Over the course of the dispute Taylor slammed Scooter as a ‘manipulative bully’ and he accused her fans of sending death threats to his family.
His company is said to have sold off the masters for $300 million to an investment company, according to a report in Variety.
In her latest broadside Taylor is moving to reacquire ownership of the songs on her first six albums by cutting new recordings of all of them.