- Mike Lindell sold a luxury plane while facing the possibility of losing a billion dollar defamation lawsuit.
- Federal Aviation Administration records show that an aircraft registered with MyPillow was sold on July 26.
- On August 25, Lendl made another attempt to dismiss Dominion Voting Systems’ defamation suit.
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has sold a 10-seat luxury jet while tangled with a billion-dollar defamation suit brought against him by Dominion voting systems.
For each exclusive report by salonMyPillow sold a 1993 Dassault-Breguet Falcon 50 with tail number N497SP in July of this year. FAA records Turns out that Lindell Transfer of ownership of the aircraft to an entity called Clyde Air LLC On July 26.
Clyde Air LLC address in 10 Rowes Wharf in Suffolk County, Boston, indicates that the potential buyer is the investor Frank SelldorfCEO and founder of the investment company Momentum Partners In Stock And Meteorix Consulting Company.
It is not known how much Lendl sold the three-engine plane, but a Similar aircraft on the market for $2.5 million. Selldorff did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.
Josh Merritt, An IT consultant hired by Lindell to look into what the CEO of MyPillow has claimed is evidence of the theft of the 2020 election, for Salon, the plane was sold to help build Lindell’s war chest in the Dominion suit.
“(Lindell) emptied the plane because he needed the money,” Merritt told Salon. “He just started raising money for the lawsuit by Dominion.”
Lendl did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider as to why the plane was out of his wallet.
Faces the CEO of MyPillow $1.3 billion lawsuit filed against him by Dominion Voting Systems, who allegedly promoted false conspiracy theories about the role of the voting machine maker in the 2020 presidential election.
Lindell tried to get libel lawsuit eviction During a hearing in June. But in August, a federal judge rejected Lindell’s request pointed that the First Amendment did not provide “comprehensive immunity” for Lyndale in the Dominion suit.
was lindel She was spotted running away from the stage During that Sioux Falls Marathon 72 hours webinar At the same time, the news spread that the defamation lawsuit against him would be completed in full.
MyPillow and Lindell He made another attempt to dismiss the case on August 24. They are now questioning whether the Court of Appeals will review the legal framework that allows Dominion to proceed with its lawsuits against Lendl and pro-Trump lawyers. Sydney Powell And Rudy Giuliani.
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