MyPillow man Jane Krakowski threatens to sue Daily Mail over romance report


  • MyPillow CEOs Mike Lindell and Jane Krakowski denied the Romantic link to the Daily Mail report.
  • Lindell told Insider that he would take legal action against the Daily Mail.
  • “I didn’t even know who the woman was,” he said in a text.
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell threatened to take legal action against the Daily Mail after an article was published claiming he was in a relationship with “30 Rock” actress Jane Krakowski.

“The Daily Mail story is a complete lie (I’ve never met him and not even gone to those places in the article),” Lindell said in a text to Insider.

The founder of MyPillow, known by many as “MyPillow guy”, told the infomercials, insiders said he would sue the Daily Mail.

Read more: The MyPillow man says that God helped him beat a crack addiction to build a multi-dollar empire. Now his religious devotion to Trump is in danger of crashing it all.

The Daily Mail reported this week that Lindell and Krakowski had a “passionate romance” over the summer. The article included details about weekends spent at a Hampton’s Beach home and time spent together in Manhattan’s West Village.

Saying “Daily Mail” as an anonymous source.

Lindell told the Insider in a text that he “never lived in that Hampton or West Village!”

He added, “Besides, I didn’t even know who the woman was.”

Krakowski, best known for her role as Jenna Maroni in “30 Rock”, also denied that she had a romance.

The actress’ representative told the New York Post’s Page Six: “Jane has never met Mr. Lindell. She has never been in any relationship with him, romantic or otherwise. However, she is in full with Brad Pitt. In Fantasy Relations., Reggae-Jean select Page and Frog and welcome any and all coverage on them. “

Representatives for the Daily Mail and Krakowski did not respond to Insider’s request for comment.

MyPillow has been in the news as Lindell pushed the voter-fraud conspiracy

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Lindell created an uproar at President Donald Trump’s rally in 2018.

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Lindell made headlines last Friday when he became one of the last people to meet President Donald Trump at the White House.

The CEO of MyPilo, a staunch Trump supporter, is pursuing unfounded conspiracy theories that stole the 2020 presidential election by Joe Biden. Voting-technology company Dominion has threatened to take legal action against Lindell.

“I am not contesting these elections on these machines that are stealing our election,” Lindell told Insider in an interview on Wednesday.

“I’m never changing my mind,” Lindell said. I’m not going: ‘Oh, please, don’t boycott me.’ Tone.

“It’s not mine,” Lindell said. “If everyone does that, then anyone who wants to control the narrative can do whatever they want and destroy the companies.”

According to his book MyPillow CEO, “What are the odds? From crack dictate to CEO?” In 2007, he split from his wife of 20 years and mother of their four children as they both struggled with addictions to crack cocaine. In 2013, he married a woman named Dallas at Lailash’s $ 100,000 wedding. They divorced 20 days later.

“I’m not in love with you,” Dallas told Lindell shortly after their wedding, according to her book. “Besides, you’re boring.”

Lindell told Insider on Friday that he was in a relationship with a woman named Kendra. Lindel’s sister introduced him to the center after meeting at a Christian conference in 2012; Lindell writes in her book that her sister insisted that “God had shown her that someday, Kendra and I would get married.”

Kendall played a role in participating in Lindell’s more evangelical Christian programs, which contributed to his interest in politics. While Lindell has stated that he is running for office, he told Insider on Wednesday that his primary concern right now is what he considers electoral fraud.

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