Months after Phil Collins sued his ex-wife Orianne Cevey for extortion and for illegally residing in his Miami mansion with her new husband, the breakup has taken a new turn.
Cevey, who has two children with Collins, is now unloading some of his hardware, including a few gold LPs and ‘Assorted Phil Collins Awards,’ along with multiple clothing and jewellery items of hers, which are up for auction now.
The LPs include gold awards for Robert Plant’s early-’80s albums Pictures at Eleven and The Principle of Moments, on which Collins played drums.
At least 10 percent of the proceeds from the auction are going to be donated to the Never Give Up Foundation.
While the sale of memorabilia might come off as a sour move by a scorned former spouse, a Cevey representative says she’s merely downsizing after being forced to move out of the Miami house, TMZ reports.
Collins and Cevey met in the late-’90s and stayed together until 2008, having sons Nic and Matthew together.
The couple reunited in 2016 as Collins battled a number of health issues. Their relationship started going south again, however, and Cevey reportedly broke up with Collins last year via text and married her new husband in Las Vegas.