Phil Collins’ ex-wife Orianne Cevey is selling off the singer’s gold records and awards for a song.
Cevey — who has been going through a long series of bitter legal proceedings with the pop icon over his multimillion-dollar Miami manse — is auctioning off a number of items that no longer “spark joy” — including Collins’ gold records for just $100.
Last year the 69-year-old “Sussudio” singer su-sued to evict Cevey and her current husband, Thomas Bates, from the property.
In October, Cevey agreed to leave the $40 million house by January 21 per a partial settlement. Now that Cevey has moved out, she’s put a number of items up for auction with Kodner Galleries.
A gold record of Robert Plant’s “The Principle of Moments,” which was presented to Collins because it was released by his label, Es Paranza, is currently going for a mere $100. A lot containing “Assorted Phil Collins Awards” is also at $100.
Cevey is also selling off a number of Chanel bags and clothes, an array of pricey lavish diamond jewels, high-end sneakers, and several Rolex watches. More unusual items include a vintage stamp collection for $50, a carved skull necklace and an unset 10.35 carat diamond for $600k to $800k.
A rep tells us, “She is moving to a smaller home and getting rid of some of her clothing and jewelry 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!”
Adding, “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 select items, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Never Give Up Foundation.
Cevey and Collins married in 1999, but they got divorced in 2006. They reunited in 2016, but things went awry once again when the Genesis star discovered that she’d secretly married Bates.