Judge Ordered Phil Collins’s Ex-Wife to Stop Making “Scandalous” Allegations About His Hygiene

Orianne Cevey still insists she’s entitled to half the musician’s $40 million mansion, where she currently lives with her new husband.

The court’s previous recommendation that Phil Collins and his ex-wife Orianne Cevey work out their property and financial disputes amongst themselves over Zoom doesn’t seem to have turned out so well. Despite that one friend who still thinks the on-again, off-again couple could get back together, and the pair reaching a “partial settlement” in October, it seems that Cevey has destroyed any chance of reconciliation after claiming in court documents that her ex is a binge-drinking “hermit” dealing with impotency and hygiene issues. All of those are claims the presiding Judge Spencer Eig has recommended be struck from the record.