Music mogul Scooter Braun has an interesting way to handle being newly divorced. Braun just bought a $65 million mansion in Brentwood.
Scooter Braun is a record executive and investor. He has managed famous musicians like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, J Balvin, Demi Lovato and The Kid Laroi. Scooter Braun founded Schoolboy Records and Ithaca Ventures and the co-founder of TQ Ventures, Mythos Studios, and RBMG Records, and co-owner of esports team 100 Thieves.
Braun was raised in a Conservative Jewish home. The 40 year old Cohen only just finalized a divorce from the businesswoman Yael Cohen Braun, 34. The two were married for seven years and have three children together, sons Jagger, 6, and Levi, 4, and daughter Hart, 2. The former couple says that they will continue to co-parent their kids.
The divorce came as a surprise. People Magazine quoted an “insider” as saying that they were, “both heartbroken. They realized they were not going to be able to fix things and they decided to move ahead with the divorce.” the insider says. https://people.com/music/scooter-braun-and-yael-cohen-are-heartbroken-but-committed-to-co-parenting-amid-divorce-source/
As for the children, the same source said that, “they’re committed to keeping things amicable for the kids. They don’t want to have a messy divorce.” And he also added that, “They have to co-parent so they’re keeping it cool.”
Located on Mandeville Canyon Road, the mansion has 19,000 square feet of space. It sits on four acres of land. Scooter Braun reportedly closed the deal at the end of August.
The mansion boasts a movie theater, gym, indoor pool, multi-car garage, dual offices and motor court parking. The master bedroom suite offers several walk-in closets, an ensuite bathroom and a private sitting area, according to the real estate listing. With interiors designed by Jamie Bush, the house has six bedrooms and twelve bathrooms.
It also comes with a guest house. The mansion is in the same neighborhood as where Braun and ex-wife Cohen have lived with their kids and they still own homes there.