Our expert says:
Of course there may be nothing else going wrong, other than this sudden change in behaviour, but it has to look suspicious. People who suddenly start taking strenuous security precautions about their cell-phone while at home, are usually up to something they don't want you to know about.
And when he protests so loudly about your inability to trust untrustworthy behaviour, it often means he is indeed up to something, and choosing to attack as a means of defence.
If indeed it is simply that he doesn't want to be bothered by unnecessary work calls after hours, he wouldn't of course have any objection to showing you his phone and its contents. And if he didn't want to be bothered by work messages - why would he periodically check such messages ? And of course he'd be happy to show them to you, to demonstrate what a nuisance they are.
Fighting about it helps nobody, so its more an issue of calmly talking about why it bothers you, and how he could best set your mind at rest.
He should know of your previous bad experiences, and perfectly understandable desire for re-assurance.
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