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Phil Collins’ Miami Beach Mansion – Former Owners Include Jennifer Lopez!

When “Take Me Home” singer Phil Collins decided to move to Miami Beach, he soon bought one of the city’s most iconic mansions on Biscayne Bay. A home once owned by Jennifer Lopez, Collins just entered into a contract to sell the home. But not before some drama with his ex-wife, Orianne Cevey, who moved into the home, secretly married another man and refused to leave if Collins didn’t agree to renegotiate their 2008 divorce settlement. She finally moved out when she and her new husband purchased another property.  Collins promptly listed the home at $40 million and it is now under contract.

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