Scooter Braun and his wife Yael Cohen have finalized their divorce, and the terms are pretty sweet for Braun.
According to court documents obtained by our sources, Braun will keep their $65 million home in Beverly Hills, as well as a private jet and art collection worth an estimated $5 million. He’ll also get to keep his stake in companies like Spotify and Uber.
Cohen, on the other hand, will walk away with $6 million in cash and property, including a house in Canada. She’ll also receive spousal support of $20,000 per month for the next five years.
The couple has two young children together, and they’ve agreed to joint custody. It’s not clear how much child support Braun will be paying, but it will be determined by a private judge.
Interestingly, the couple has agreed to keep their financial details confidential, which means we may never know exactly how much money Braun is walking away with. But it’s safe to say he’s doing pretty well for himself!