Tsk Tsk. Scott Storch has not even been back on the scene for a full year, and he is already getting himself into legal troubles. According to a new lawsuit against Storch, old habits die slow; he’s back on cocaine again.

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After making hits for artists such as Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Fat Joe, Justin Timberlake, and more, Storch blew his million-dollar earnings on a horrible cocaine habit. The producer’s drug use forced him into a bankruptcy that left him with $100.

With big names like DJ Khaled and Rick Ross being his meal tickets back into the industry of music, for two insurance and real estate investors, it became evident that Storch would comeback with a bang; therefore the two businessmen, Brad Cohen and Seth Cohen, put one million dollars towards the new Scott Storch. In addition to the finances, the producer was given a weekly salary, a Rolls-Royce Ghost and a rental house in Parkland, Florida; all of which Brad and Seth Cohen are looking to get back.

According to a lawsuit filed by the two Cohen men, Storch “is back to his old ways and is not someone to trust with any monies.”

According to the complaint, “Based on Storch’s (a) history of drug use, including evidence of recent abuse; (b) prior squandering of monies received from providing services in the music industry; (c) overt affiliation with Mirsky that has a real threat of diverting monies actually owed to CCS; and (d) sincere concern that CCS will otherwise not be able to collect monies to repay the significant contributions provided by B. Cohen and S. Cohen, an injunction and additional remedies in equity are necessary under the circumstances.”

While Richard Wolfe, Storch’s attorney, is disputing the validity of the signed agreement, the two Cohen’s attorney, Darren Heitner, says everything on their end is in order.

The plaintiffs want damages for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and unjust enrichment. Most immediately, they are pushing for injunctive relief.

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