“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,” the suit says.
Storch’s lawyer Richard Wolfe denied that Storch was back on drugs, and said the Cohens case violated federal law and he’s filed a motion to hold the Cohens in contempt of court.
“Scott is not on drugs, he’s been clean and sober for nine months,” Wolfe told BOSSIP. “The Cohen Brothers filed the lawsuit because Scott has realized that they took advantage of him in a moment of weakness and walked away.”
“They’re owed nothing,” Wolfe added, “and they will get nothing.”
The music execs want Storch back producing for them full time, more than $4 million in damages and an injunction barring Storch from working with Mirsky.