Less than an hour after Taylor Swift penned an open letter to her fans about Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun's alleged effort to block the music from her past six albums being used at the American Music Awards and in her upcoming Netflix documentary, fans have reportedly leaked the music moguls' personal phone numbers.

Screenshots have been circling around social media of both Braun and Borchetta's home, cell phone and office phone numbers. Fans have begun to share screenshots of their messages they texted to the alleged phone numbers. One fan even tweeted a video of her listening to Braun's answering machine.

Moments after Swift shared her letter, Perez Hilton tweeted, "Would my Twitter account be suspended if I share Scooter's phone number or email address?"

Although he did not share Braun's personal information, he did share a screenshot of the public contact information for the vice president of The Carlyle Group, who funded Braun's purchase of Swift's former record label, Big Machine, through his company Ithaca Holdings.

The 29-year-old's open letter to fans detailed Braun and Borchetta's decision to block Swift from performing a medley of her hits during her upcoming AMAs performance, where she will be honored with the Artist of the Decade award.

Swift also reported that the music industry moguls have blocked her from using any performance footage or music from her first six albums in her upcoming Netflix documentary.

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