Big Machine Label Group’s headquarters was forced to shut early on Friday (11.15.19) due to threats to staff.

The record label – which is run by Scott Borchetta and was acquired by Scooter Braun’s company in July – closed down its offices in Nashville, Tennessee, at 12:30pm local time after employees reportedly received “direct and hostile death threats”, according to Entertainment Tonight.

The company is embroiled in a bitter row with former client Taylor Swift, who claimed Big Machine has stopped her from performing her old songs and put plans for a proposed Netflix documentary and her performance at the American Music Awards (AMAs) in doubt because Braun and Borchetta won’t allow the use of her old material.

After Taylor

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