Judge evicts My Pillow owner Mike Lindell

 March 30, 2024

A judge has just evicted Trump ally Mike Lindell's company - My Pillow - from a warehouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Star Tribune reports that the eviction was ordered on Wednesday, March 27, 2024 - the day after a court hearing on the matter was held.

"A Scott County judge on Tuesday said she will approve the landlord's request to vacate the property after at least four default notices were sent to the Minnesota-based pillow maker over the last six months," the outlet reports.

It continues, "The latest eviction notice says the company, headquartered in Chaska, is behind in payments for February and March, owing Delaware-based First Industrial LP more than $217,000 for rent and other charges for the facility located at 4701 Valley Blvd. S."

The latest

Lindell recently spoke with the Associated Press about the eviction order.

The My Pillow owner did not seem too upset about the decision. In fact, the outlet reports Lindell as calling the eviction a formality.

It turns out that he had already, more or less, vacated the property. Accordingly, he did not even oppose the eviction.

An attorney who represented the warehouse owner put out a statement, admitting:

MyPillow has more or less vacated but we’d like to do this by the book. At this point, there’s a representation that no further payment is going to be made under this lease, so we’d like to go ahead with finding a new tenant.

This appears to be nowhere near as troubling as Lindell's other legal problems, which regard the 2020 presidential election.


Lindell, an ally of former President Donald Trump, has unsuccessfully attempted to prove, through the courts, that there were problems with the last presidential election.

Just recently, a judge upheld a $5 million arbitration award that has been imposed on Lindell in relation to his claim that China interfered in the election to such an extent that it pushed President Joe Biden over the finish line.

The Associated Press separately reports, "Lindell . . . launched his “Prove Mike Wrong Challenge,” as part of a “Cyber Symposium” he hosted . . . in August 2021. Lindell offered a $5 million reward through Lindell Management for anyone who could prove that “packet captures” and other data he released there were not valid data “from the November 2020 election.”

The outlet continues, "Robert Zeidman entered the challenge with a 15-page report that concluded the data from Lindell don’t 'contain packet data of any kind and do not contain any information related to the November 2020 election.' A panel of contest judges that included a Lindell attorney declined to declare Zeidman a winner. So Zeidman filed for arbitration under the contest rules."

Lindell is currently appealing the $5 million arbitration award.

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