Demi Lovato splits from manager Scooter Braun after Justin Bieber rumors 

Demi Lovato is looking for new management after splitting from Scooter Braun last month.

A source close to the “Stone Cold” singer told The Post on Monday that while she is thankful for her time with Braun’s SB Projects firm, the former Disney star is looking to go in a new direction.

Lovato has not yet found new management, but conversations are taking place, 

according to the insider, who also added that her departure happened well before any rumor of Justin Bieber leaving Braun surfaced.

Braun’s current roster includes Bieber, Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Dan + Shay, to name a few. Representatives for Lovato, 31, declined to comment when contacted by The Post.

The Post also reached out to Braun, 42, for comment.

However, Braun put on a united front as recently as Sunday in an Instagram story, wishing Lovato a happy birthday and calling her “one of the kindest souls out there.”

Lovato, who openly discussed suffering from an eating disorder for many years, was previously managed by Phil McIntyre of Philymack, 

who she later accused of controlling what she ate and hiding sugar from her.

“For many years, I didn’t even have a birthday cake,” Lovato told Ellen DeGeneres in 2020. 

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 had a watermelon cake, where you cut your watermelon into the shape of a cake and you put fat-free whipped cream on top and that was your cake.

“So, for years I did this and it kind of became this ongoing joke, but I just really wanted a birthday cake.”