Talk about “separate lives.”
Phil Collins has filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, Orianne Cevey, after she allegedly refused to leave his Miami Beach, Florida, home after marrying another man in Las Vegas in August. Collins, 69, claimed he gave Cevey, 46, until Monday, Oct. 12 to move out but she failed to do so, according to People.
Filed on Wednesday, the lawsuit accuses Cevey of unlawful detainer and forcible entry. In the documents, Collins claims Orianne and her new husband, Thomas Bates, have “taken possession of the property by a show of force” and allegedly have hired “armed guards to patrol the Property with openly displayed firearms.”
Cevey’s rep had no comment.
Page Six reported last week that Collins was planning to file an eviction lawsuit against Cevey.
The former couple divorced in 2008 after he reportedly paid her a $46 million settlement. They share two sons together, Nicholas, 19, and Matthew, 15.
Collins and Cevey reconciled in 2016 after Cevey divorced then-husband Charles Mejjati.
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