Phil Collins' cheating ex-wife Orianne to auction his gold records and awards for just $100 each after bitter divorce

Phil Collins' cheating ex-wife Orianne to auction his gold records and awards for just $100 each after bitter divorce


PHIL Collins' cheating ex-wife Orianne Cevey is auctioning his gold records and awards for as little as $100 following their bitter divorce.

Cevey has put up multiple gold LPs and "Assorted Phil Collins Awards" for action in a bid to raise millions of dollars.

A gold record of Robert Plant's 'The Principle of Moments' which was presented to Collins as it was released by his label will be up for bidding next month.

Each of the records has an estimated value of $100 to $1,000.

Other items up for auction include Chanel handbags, Rolex watches and some of Cevey's 5,000 pairs of designer shoes.

More unusual items include an unset 10.35-carat diamond which has an estimated value of $600,000 to $800,000.

The auction, with Kodner Galleries, is scheduled to be held on February 3.

A Kodner representative told PageSix that Cevey wanted to de-clutter as she was moving into a smaller house.

"She is moving to a smaller home and getting rid of some of her clothing and jewellery that she no longer wears …I mean, after all, she does have 5,000 pairs of shoes alone and only two feet. She can’t wear them all!

"Orianne found organizing the move very cathartic and went very Marie Kondo and got rid of a number of items that no longer sparked joy for her."

On selected items up for auction, ten per cent of the proceeds will be donated to the Never Give Up Foundation, a charity set up by Cevey and Collins who helps people that suffer from spinal cord injuries.

It comes days after Collins accepted an offer to sell his Miami beach mansion forcing Cevey, 46, and her new toyboy husband Thomas Bates, 31, to quit the battleground mansion for good.


The singer’s spectacular £29.3million six-bedroom property is now being listed as a “contingent” sale, meaning a deal has been struck in principle.

The sale will finally close one chapter in the pop legend’s astonishing battle over the home – which his lawyers allege was subject of an “armed takeover” by Cevey.

But he still faces a ferocious court fight over Orianne’s claim to half the proceeds.

Removal trucks were spotted earlier this month carting her belongings away after a judge ordered her out.

The Swiss jewellery designer has reportedly bought a £4million waterfront home in nearby Fort Lauderdale to shack up with Thomas.

Genesis legend Phil hasn’t set foot in his mansion since last September after learning of Cevey’s secret Las Vegas wedding to the former cover band musician.

He bought the place for £24million in 2015 and lived there with Orianne after they reconciled following their 2008 divorce.

Cevey and Collins married in 1999 and got divorced in 2006.

After reuniting in 2016, things went sour once again when Collins discovered Cevey had secretly been married.

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