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Speculations arise about a possible split between Justin Bieber and his influential manager, Scooter Braun, dominating summer celebrity news.

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Multiple sources reveal that the two haven't communicated for months, according to a report by Puck News.

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 REPRESENTATIVES FOR BOTH BIEBER AND BRAUN SWIFTLY DISMISS BREAKUP RUMORS WHEN APPROACHED BY PAGE SIX.

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Bieber and Braun's association traces back to 2007 when the latter discovered Bieber's YouTube videos at the age of 13.

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 Insiders hint at Bieber's pursuit of fresh management as part of his efforts to restructure his professional connections.

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While rumors circulate, reports suggest that Bieber and Braun continue to work together. 

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The Post reaches out to representatives of Bieber and Braun for additional insights, but no further information is provided.

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Beyond Braun, Bieber parts ways with CAA as his agency and switches from longtime lawyer Aaron Rosenberg to David Lande.

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Bieber's revamped team includes manager Lou Taylor, known for her involvement in documentaries on Britney Spears. 

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Not just a manager, Scooter Braun gained attention for his dispute with Taylor Swift over the sale of her music masters, fetching over $300 million.