A judge has forced Phil Collins and his ex-wife to come to an agreement on Zoom. The singer is trying his ex-wife Orianne Cevey to evict from the Miami mansion. Currently, Orianne is now staying with her new husband Thomas Bates. The judge mentioned that instead of going on a trial, both of them should clear out the differences. Collins is of the view that Orianne and her new husband are illegally occupying the Miami Beach House. Phil Collins is of the view that his ex-wife does not have any rights to live in his waterfront property. He is already planning to kick both of them out of the house.
However, in the court hearing that held today, Collins finally came to an agreement with his ex-jewelry designer. Orianne also added that the house is hers as much as Phil’s. With a verbal cohabitation, both of them came to an agreement. Orianne even asked for $20m to leave the house. Currently, Phil is staying in London and is preparing for the Genesis reunion. However, he would meet Orianne and Bates on the Zoom call.
Updates on Orianne and Phil
The lawyers of the separated couple are due in Miami Dade Circuit Court for contesting. The lawyers are working for the injunction, which Collins filed demanding Orianne and her husband to leave the home. However, Spencer Eig, one of the infamous judges asked the couple to solve the dispute. A lot has been going on behind closed doors between Phil and Orianne. After their separation, Orianne and her current husband are occupying the house.
Phil is not at all supporting this decision and due to this reason, the dispute went to the extreme. The judge also mentioned that the court would come up with a decision this Friday. After that, both of them will have to end the conflict. Both of them are having two children. The conflict can affect them. Decisions would be taken on Zoom calls and Phil and Orianne’s presence is compulsory. Richard Wolfe, Orianne’s attorney agreed that the trio would be served through a mediation.
Therefore, it would be easy for both of them to come to a decision and the conflict regarding the Miami Beach house would end. Wolfe even mentioned that both Orianne and Bates agree that Collins can take back his prized possessions. Some of his possessions include unpublished music, historic artifacts collection, etc. Jeff Fisher, Collin’s attorney said that Collin faced a tough situation to negotiate with Orianne’s lawyers.