Phil Collins' ex wife's 'close two-year relationship with hunky male stripper' revealed

PHIL Collins’ ex wife had a close two-year friendship with a male stripper while living with the superstar, it is claimed.

Orianne Cevey, 46, bought a £1.3million house in Las Vegas for hunk Preston Thompson, 29, to stay in, flying out from Miami to visit him.

The Swiss businesswoman, who met him in 2018 when he modelled her jewellery range, took him on trips to Europe and “lavished money on him,” a source said.

Preston, who calls himself Bradley, boasted online of luxury watches and cars, adding: “Swiss and France has been good to me.”

But the friendship ended in May and Orianne revealed she was “heartbroken” over someone she “cared about”.

Last month, she married toyboy musician Thomas Bates, 31, in Las Vegas after telling rocker Phil, 69, she was flying there on business.

Orianne — who has two sons with Phil and reunited with him in 2016 after their divorce in 2008 — broke the news to him by text.

The source said: “Orianne was living with Phil as his ‘wife’, but flying out to Vegas to see Bradley all the way through 2019 and 2020.

“She bought a house in Vegas where they’d spend time together and didn’t keep it that secret — she’d post photos of his dog and cat on her Instagram.

“She took him to London, Switzerland and France on trips and it appears she lavished money on him.”

After their split, Bradley posted messages he claimed were sent by Orianne begging him to rekindle their friendship and “build a strong relationship”.

She apparently responded: “My new man is not stupid, he is very clever and he already learned French not like you”, to which Bradley replied: “You’re with a new man already?”

Bradley and Orianne did not comment when contacted by The Sun.

Orianne, meanwhile, is in a court fight over Phil’s Miami mansion in which he claims she is living without his permission. The Las Vegas home is up for sale.

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