Miami producer Scott Storch has reportedly been sued by a couple of business associates over not living up to a production deal.

According to reports, wealthy businessmen Brad Cohen and Seth Cohen have filed a lawsuit in Florida against Storch.

Brad Cohen and Seth Cohen, who are wealthy through insurance and real estate holdings, say that upon the June bankruptcy, they saw that Storch “was once again ready to prove himself as a worthy record producer and use his deep connections in the music industry to make money for the three of them” so they allegedly entered into a deal with him and put up more than $1 million to fund his comeback. Plus, states the lawsuit, Storch was provided with a weekly salary, a Rolls-Royce Ghost and a rental house in Parkland, Florida. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Check out what Scott Storch recently said about losing out on a close-knit bond with Dr. Dre on the next page…

Recently, Scott said some drug-induced decisions cost him a close-knit bond with music mogul Dr. Dre.

“I regret the way I treated Dr. Dre after he so graciously opened up the doors for this kingdom to me and I know the mistakes I made were 100 percent drug-induced and I just feel like that relationship isn’t over. And I hope to work with him in the future. Hopefully, he can accept me back into his good graces.” (HHW)

Last fall, Scott completed a court-ordered educational program.

The judge in Storch’s bankruptcy case ordered him to take a course in financial management. Storch — who’s produced tracks for Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake and Beyonce — was down to $100 in cash, some clothes, and a watch after a string of poor decisions … including reportedly blowing through $30 mil just on drugs. (TMZ)

In 2013, West Coast rapper Game revealed plans to work with Storch.

The Blood Money project – it’s coming this year. I got a bunch of new artists on there,” Game revealed in an interview. “I got Wale on there, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, it’s a bunch. It’s good music. You know me, man. It’s going to have the right beats and the right sound. … The Documentary 2, I’m going back to the Just Blaze’s, the Scott Storch’s, the Dr. Dre’s.” (“LA Leakers”)