MyPillow CEO, Mike Lindell, Experiences Financial Woes Amid Legal Battles and Cancel Culture Challenges

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 10/05/2023
According to Mike Lindell, he claims to have lost everything. In various interviews conducted on Thursday, the CEO of MyPillow, who has gained significant recognition for espousing theories regarding the alleged theft of the 2020 presidential election, expressed that he is currently facing financial difficulties. He attributed this situation to a combination of prolonged legal battles and what he perceives as a concerted effort to undermine his company through cancel culture.

In a phone interview with NBC News, he expressed the devastating loss of all his financial resources. This unfortunate situation arose due to his attorneys' decision to withdraw from his case, citing unpaid legal fees amounting to millions of dollars. The entirety of it has been lost or no longer exists.


According to NBC, Mr. Lindell has stated that he is currently facing financial difficulties, which have resulted in his inability to secure any further loans. This predicament is said to be a consequence of the ongoing defamation lawsuits he is involved in, as well as the negative media attention he has received.

The individual expressed that their ability to borrow had been revoked due to the influence of the media. They further mentioned feeling "canceled" as a result of their claims regarding election fraud, which were in defense of former President Donald Trump.

During his appearance on Steve Bannon's "War Room" program, Mr. Lindell expressed his concerns about the negative impact that the attacks on MyPillow have had on its credit rating.

The individual expresses their inability to afford legal representation. The payment is not feasible for us at the moment. He stated that there is no remaining funds available to compensate them. The current situation has left me uncertain about our position or next steps.

On the day that the law firm of Parker Daniels Kibort LLC made an announcement regarding the legal bills of Mr. Lindell and his company, MyPillow, it was revealed that the "MyPillow Guy" had experienced financial difficulties in the past. This admission came in light of the fact that Mr. Lindell and MyPillow are currently facing three defamation cases and are reportedly behind on their legal fees.

According to the filing, it has been stated that the Defendants currently owe PDK millions of dollars in arrears. PDK, a litigation and trial firm located in Minneapolis, MN, is unable to financially support the defense of the Defendants in the ongoing Litigations.

According to the legal firm, their ongoing representation of Mr. Lindell would result in substantial financial implications. They have stated that the accumulated fees and costs, in addition to the outstanding amount already owed, would potentially reach millions of dollars.

Defamation lawsuits have been filed against Mr. Lindell by voting machine companies Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems, as well as former Dominion employee Eric Coomer. These lawsuits allege that Mr. Lindell's repeated and unsubstantiated claims of fraud have caused harm to their reputations.

The firm's filing states that Mr. Lindell and his company have been informed about the filing and have been recommended to seek alternative legal representation. According to the filing, the individuals mentioned do not have any objections and are currently engaged in the search for new legal representation.


When posed with the question by NBC News regarding whether he would opt for a new legal team or choose to represent himself, Mr. Lindell skillfully deflected the inquiry. He stated that the event had occurred earlier in the day.

However, during a separate interview conducted with CNN, Mr. Lindell expressed his firm stance on not settling the case. He expressed his disbelief by stating, "It is highly unlikely that this event will occur within the span of a million years."


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