Phil Collins and ex-wife reach 'partial settlement' in battle to remove her ...

Phil Collins and his ex-wife have reached a 'partial settlement' in the bitter battle to remove her and her new husband from the singer's Miami mansion, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.

Collins, 69, insists former flame Orianne Cevey-Collins has no right to live in his palatial waterfront property with her new husband Thomas Bates, 31, and sued to have her kicked out.

But after the trio came face to face for the first time on Friday in mediation talks held via Zoom, they reached a tentative agreement that could see her leave the $40m home in exchange for a financial settlement.

A well-placed source told DailyMail.com that an official statement will be issued from both camps later today, confirming the breakthrough.

A court case scheduled for Monday through Tuesday at Miami Dade Circuit Court has also been cancelled though our source did not rule out future legal moves should the agreement collapse.

Phil Collins and his ex-wife have reached a 'partial settlement' in the bitter battle to remove her and her new husband from the singer's Miami mansion, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal

Phil Collins and his ex-wife have reached a 'partial settlement' in the bitter battle to remove her and her new husband from the singer's Miami mansion, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal

The musician sought an injunction this month to have Cevey and her husband kicked out of his palatial waterfront home in Miami Beach, Florida. Pictured in 2016

The musician sought an injunction this month to have Cevey and her husband kicked out of his palatial waterfront home in Miami Beach, Florida. Pictured in 2016 

But after the trio came face to face for the first time on Friday in mediation talks held via Zoom, they reached a tentative agreement that could see her leave the $40m home in exchange for a financial settlement. Pictured: Cevey and Bates

But after the trio came face to face for the first time on Friday in mediation talks held via Zoom, they reached a tentative agreement that could see her leave the $40m home in exchange for a financial settlement. Pictured: Cevey and Bates

Despite splitting from Collins and remarrying, jewelry designer Orianne, 46, claimed the mansion is just as much her home as his under a 'verbal cohabitation agreement' and wanted $20m to leave

Despite splitting from Collins and remarrying, jewelry designer Orianne, 46, claimed the mansion is just as much her home as his under a 'verbal cohabitation agreement' and wanted $20m to leave 

Despite splitting from Collins and remarrying, jewelry designer Orianne, 46, claimed the mansion is just as much her home as his under a 'verbal cohabitation agreement' and wanted $20m to leave.

Collins, currently in London rehearsing for an upcoming Genesis reunion, sought an injunction that would have allowed him to send in cops to physically remove the couple.

However he softened his stance earlier this week and agreed instead to go into formal mediation.

Collins launched his drastic legal action earlier this month ago after calling it quits with Orianne for the second time. The pair married in 1999 and had two sons, Nicholas, 19, and Matthew, 15, before splitting seven years later. 

Despite agreeing to a record $47m divorce settlement they surprised the world in 2016 when they announced they were back together and living in the Miami home, which Collins purchased through an LLC. 

However the relationship ended, seemingly for good, when he discovered Orianne had 'secretly' married Bates in Las Vegas on August 2. 

According to court filings, the Against All Odds crooner left in a hurry for Switzerland and gave the couple until October 12 to pack their bags and move so he could put the plush property up for sale. 

When they failed to leave, Collins sued Orianne for unlawful detainer and

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