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Mike Lindell Says Firm Is in Great Shape Amid MyPillow Court-Ordered Eviction From Warehouse

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has confirmed to ABC News that his company is facing a court-ordered eviction from a warehouse in Minnesota. The eviction is amidst ongoing legal battles tied to his assertions regarding the 2020 election and voting machines.

However, Lindell contends that the eviction is not a result of financial troubles but rather a procedural step stemming from a mutual agreement between himself and the warehouse owner to vacate the premises. 

According to Lindell, MyPillow has not utilized the warehouse since spring 2023.

Lindell explained that MyPillow had subleased the space to a candy company last year and had plans to sublease it to a sugar beet company this year. However, the sugar beet company withdrew from the contract at the last minute, leaving Lindell and the warehouse owner in a predicament.

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Although Lindell considered finding another subleaser, he ultimately opted, along with First Industrial, the warehouse owner, to terminate the contract formally through the eviction process.

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Court records indicate that MyPillow owes $217,489 in overdue rent to the warehouse owner, as stated in a complaint from First Industrial seeking eviction for failure to pay rent and other charges under the lease agreement.

Lindell asserted that MyPillow remains in good financial standing despite the financial dispute, stating, “MyPillow is in great shape.” He emphasized the success of their latest commercial, describing it as the most successful one in five years.

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First Industrial has yet to respond to ABC News’ request for comment on the matter.

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In recent years, MyPillow has faced setbacks in advertising opportunities due to Lindell’s promotion of false claims about the 2020 election and election systems nationwide.

Last month, a federal judge in Minnesota upheld a $5 million arbitration award against Lindell in favor of a software engineer who contested Lindell’s assertion that data he provided proves Chinese interference in the 2020 election. 

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Lindell had offered a $5 million reward for disproving the validity of the “packet captures” he presented as election data, prompting the software engineer to file for arbitration after contest judges did not declare him the winner.

Lindell has indicated his intention to appeal the decision, anticipating the case will extend into the following year.

Notably, Lindell disclosed that he has invested over $45 million of his funds into advocating for the security of voting machines and advocating for the use of paper ballots in the 2024 election.

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