Steve Cohen’s daughter Sophia splits from fiancé

Sophia Cohen — the 26-year-old daughter of billionaire hedge funder and Mets owner Steve Cohen — is no longer engaged to her financier boyfriend Jason Levine, Page Six has confirmed.

“Sophie’s engagement to Jason Levine ended in April. She is happy and wishes him well,” a rep for the Cohen family told us when reached for comment. 

Page Six first broke the news of the pair’s engagement in August 2019.

A source told us at the time that the pair “took the quintessential romantic long walk on the beach and ended up engaged.”

They then toasted the news at a party hosted by Hollywood scions Sara and Erin Foster at a Saks-sponsored barbecue at Hero Beach Club in the Hamptons, and Sophia was spotted showing off a “massive oval diamond ring.”

That ring appears to be back in Levine’s possession. In May, Artnet News gossip column Wet Paint had dropped a tidbit that Levine had taken back his engagement ring, plus “a case of valuable red wine” following the split.

Sophia works at top art gallery Gagosian. Levine works for the private equity firm L Catterton. He could not be reached for comment.

It likely would have been a wedding for the ages: Cohen’s dad, Steve, has an estimated net worth of $14.1 billion.

He recently took over majority ownership of the Mets, and earlier this year bankrolled an upstart Hollywood management firm, Range Media Partners, that poached a coterie of agents from entertainment’s top agencies, WME, CAA and UTA.

Meantime, Cohen’s art collection is worth an estimated $1 billion and includes a $14.3 million Alberto Giacometti sculpture, “Man Pointing,” plus the artist’s “Chariot,” for which he paid more than $100 million for at a Sotheby’s auction.

The Post reported this week that Mets players are eager to have the billionaire on board. Reliever Dellin Betances said: “Players were excited about Cohen being a longtime Met fan.”

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