Nashville, Tenn., Scooter Braun's office closed Friday after threats allegedly triggered by Taylor Swift's claim that she was harassed and banned from performing her old hits. that he and Big Machine Label Group co-founder Scott Borchet prevented her from making hits at the American Music Awards and refused to allow her music to be used on Netflix. She had asked her fans, "Please let Scott Borchet and Scooter Brown know how you feel about this."
Big Machine denied Swift's allegations that they tried to block her from performing certain songs on AMAs or on her special Netflix. and said, "Despite our continued efforts to find a personal and mutually satisfactory solution, Taylor made a unilateral decision. ,, to be included in her fan base calculated, which greatly affects the safety of our employees and their families. "Nashville police said no threats were reported.
The Swift team doubled down on their claims, "Scott Borchets. ,, categorically denied the request for both AMA and Netflix. "The star also claims that he told her he could only use his music if he agreed not to record his masters again and" stopped talking about him and Scooter Braun. "
Ithaca bought the masters of Swift's first six albums and her former Big Machine label for $ 300 million in June.
According to a source, Brown has repeatedly reached Swift since June to meet in person and mediate for a partnership, but she has ignored it. But Swift's insiders say, "He had to get in touch before the deal was done."
Adds a music source: "Scooter never had a relationship with Taylor, he should have offered her a partnership when he bought the company. Even if he offered Taylor a 50-50 deal now and allowed her to buy, her masters had grown dramatically from the sale. Taylor is unlikely to give hundreds of millions of bad blood to a scooter. ”
Rapes for Swift and Brown declined comment.