Phil Collins plans to move his ex-wife, Orianne Cevey, out of his lavish Miami mansion after she remarried, according to TMZ.
The eight-time Grammy winner, 69, is reportedly going to file an eviction lawsuit against Cevey, 46, who refuses to vacate and has changed the security codes at the home.
In response, she has become 'unruly with staff' and threatened to release 'potentially embarrassing accusations' against Collins if he moves forward with evicting her.
Messy: Phil Collins is finalizing his plans to boot his ex-wife, Orianne Cevey, out of his lavish Miami mansion, according to TMZ (pictured in 2018)
The Genesis frontman and Cevey, who share sons Nicholas, 19, and Matthew, 15, divorced in 2008, after he reportedly paid her a whooping $46 million settlement.
His action comes after she remarried with Thomas Bates in Las Vegas two months ago, despite telling Collins she was traveling to Sin City on business, according to the outlet.
While his third wife is gunning to renegotiate their 2008 divorce settlement, sources close to the famous drummer allege he isn't 'giving her another dime.'
He's done: The eight-time Grammy winner, 69, is reportedly going to file an eviction lawsuit against Cevey, 46, who refuses to vacate and has changed the security codes at the home (seen in December 2017)
Collins is set to file an eviction lawsuit next week, after he formally asked her to leave his property by Friday afternoon and she refused.
Orianne married the In The Air Tonight singer in 1999, but they split nine years later following the birth of their two children.
Phil paid Orianne £25million ($46.76million) in the split - which marked the largest settlement in a British celebrity divorce at the time.
In January 2016, however, the pair announced they had once again reunited and were living together in Miami with their two boys.