In a jaw-dropping turn of events, the legal firm representing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in the high-profile Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit has officially stepped away from the case. The reason? Lindell’s significant unpaid bills run into millions!
Dominion had taken legal action against Lindell following his allegations that their voting machines played a role in the “stolen” 2020 elections. The MyPillow CEO, when speaking to Newsweek, praised his now-former legal team, calling them brave for accepting such a controversial case.
However, he confessed, “We haven’t been able to pay them for the past couple of months,” citing his dedication and financial commitment to the various lawsuits he’s juggling. In a motion, Lindell’s legal firm revealed he had been forewarned about the payment issues multiple times in the past months.
They stated, “Defendants are in arrears by millions of dollars,” shedding light on the gravity of the payment dispute. This startling revelation comes on the heels of Lindell’s appearance on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom podcast, where he announced facing intense audits from the Internal Revenue Service.
He passionately described the situation, saying they’re now “going after our employees” and making the battle deeply personal. The Court’s decision to grant the lawyers’ request to withdraw was clear, citing no potential delay or unfairness would arise from their departure. The saga continues, and the road ahead for Lindell looks more challenging than ever.