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MyPillow’s Downward Spiral Continues, Faces Warehouse Eviction Over More Than $200,000 Unpaid Rent

MyPillow is in the process of being evicted from a First Industrial warehouse in Minnesota due to more than $200,000 in overdue rent. 

As per the attorney representing the landlord, the firm has mostly vacated the premises, but the landlord wants to complete the transaction to seek new tenants. 

The company’s debt includes unpaid rent and additional charges.

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During an eviction hearing, Judge Caroline Lennon of Scott County authorized the eviction, as MyPillow representatives had not responded to multiple eviction notices starting from September.

In a separate interview, Mike Lindell, owner of MyPillow, disclosed that the warehouse, which is significantly smaller than MyPillow’s primary facility, was originally acquired for storing retail equipment. 

However, the necessity for this space diminished after MyPillow auctioned off much of this equipment last year.

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This eviction adds to the challenges faced by Lindell, who has been embroiled in legal and financial troubles partly due to his promotion of unfounded election fraud theories. 

Once celebrated for his success story of overcoming addiction to founding MyPillow in 2004, Lindell’s political activism has led to significant business repercussions.

Major retailers, including Bed Bath & Beyond and JCPenney had discontinued their business with MyPillow after Lindell came out with fraudulent claims regarding the 2020 election. 

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Later, Walmart also decided to remove stocks of their products from physical stores, though they remained available online.

Lindell is facing billion-dollar defamation lawsuits from voting technology companies Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems over his claims. 

Lindell’s original legal team withdrew after accruing large legal bills, forcing him to retain new counsel for the ongoing litigation.


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