Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Yael Cohen and Scooter Braun
Scooter Braun and spouse Yael Cohen are formally calling it quits.
TMZ was the primary to report information of the couple’s divorce. The outlet additionally studies that Braun, 40, and Cohen, 34, have a prenup in place and that Braun has requested joint custody of their three kids: sons Jagger, 6, and Levi, 4, and 2½-year-old daughter Hart.
Braun’s submitting comes simply 10 days after a supply advised PEOPLE that the couple have been separating after seven years of marriage however nonetheless working by way of issues.
“Their friendship is the best it’s ever been, but they’re taking some time apart to sort things out,” the supply advised PEOPLE on July 11. “So many couples went through this during the pandemic. They love each other and just need some time apart and will hopefully bounce back for their kids.”
Braun proposed to Cohen, who based and serves because the CEO of the charity well being group F— Cancer, at his L.A. home in January 2014. They wed that July in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.
Earlier this month, Braun shared an anniversary tribute to his spouse on Instagram.
“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. That all happened because you came in to my life. 7 years. The adventure is just beginning. Thank you Yae. I love you. Happy anniversary,” he wrote July 6 within the caption of a black-and-white portrait from their wedding ceremony.
In the feedback part, Cohen added, “A Team 4lyfe.”
In March 2020, Braun raved about Cohen and spoke about his work-life steadiness on Ashley Graham’s podcast Pretty Big Deal.
“I found that people who have a foundation of family — whether it be with the family they make with their friends, the family they start, or the family they already had — they’re able to sustain a lot better because that’s what really matters,” Braun mentioned, later including, “I don’t think I actually figured it out until I met my wife Yael.”
“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 continued. “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.”