Phil Collins' ex-wife is hawking his personal belongings for ridiculous prices

Miami, Florida - The divorce battle between British music legend Phil Collins and his ex Orianne Cevey has entered the next round – one in which the Swiss model is hawking personal belongings for ridiculous prices!

Orianne Bates (46), the ex-wife of Phil Collins (69), is cleaning up.
Orianne Bates (46), the ex-wife of Phil Collins (69), is cleaning up.  © Montage: imago/MediaPunch, imago images/Oliver Willikonsky

The list of things Collins' ex is putting up for auction is long: expensive jewelry, handbags, dresses, accessories from well-known designers and so on.

"She is moving to a smaller home and getting rid of some of her clothing and jewelry that she no longer wears," a representative of the 46-year-old told Page Six.

"I mean after all, she does have 5000 pairs of shoes alone and only two feet – she can’t wear them all!"

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But Cevey is not only happily hawking her own possessions. Some of Phil Collins' own belongings are being offered at knockdown prices through the auction house Kodner Galleries.

This includes, among others, a gold record of Robert Plant's The Principle of Moments, which was released by his label Es Paranza.

What makes this whole scenario even more bizarre is that even though Collins is one of the most successful musicians of all time, the minimum bid for each of his items is only $100.

Phil Collins and his ex have been fighting in court since last year. While he accused her of forcible entry into his Miami estate, she claimed that the musician was rundown, impotent and addicted to medication.

Cover photo: Montage: imago/MediaPunch, imago images/Oliver Willikonsky

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