Scott Storch net worth: Scott Storch is an American hip-hop music producer who has a net worth of $3,600. That net worth is particularly shocking when you consider that Scott's fortune once peaked at $70 million. Scott Scott Storch squandered his fortune on cocaine and an extremely lavish lifestyle that included private jets, jewelry, a $20 million yacht, a $10.5 million Miami mansion, dozens of cars and expensive celebrity girlfriends like Paris Hilton. He reportedly burned through $30 million in a six month span. Storch completed a stint in rehab and attempted to rebuild his career with artists like Chris Brown. Storch produced Brown's hit single "Run It" in 2005. In January 2008 Storch was arrested for failing to pay child support. In April 2009 Scott was arrested and charged with grand theft auto after refusing to return a leased Bentley that he hadn't made a payment on in seven months. Storch's $10.5 million Palm Island mansion was repossessed by a bank and sold to Rockstar energy drink founder Russell Weiner for $6.75 million in 2010. In October 2012, Weiner flipped the house to rapper Birdman for $14.5 million. In June 2015, Scott filed for bankruptcy. In the filing he claimed to only have $3,600 in assets which was made up of $100 in cash, $500 worth of clothing and a $3000 watch. He valued his music company and assets at $0. In the filing Scott said that he made $10,000 in 2014.
Scott Storch Net Worth
Date of Birth
Dec 16, 1973 (42 years old)
Record producer, Keyboard Player, Singer, Songwriter, Rapper, Composer
United States of America
Storch, Scott, Scott Spencer Storch
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