Dallas Yocum, Mike Lindell’s Ex-Wife, Wiki, Bio Age, Ex-Husband, Divorce

Ms. Dallas Yocum with her ex-husband Mike Lindell

Dallas Yocum Biography

Dallas Yocum is one of the famous wives of celebrities in the United States who became known after she was married to Mike Lindell (Michael James Lindell), CEO of MyPillow Inc., and divorced him just a couple of weeks after their marriage.


How old is Dallas Yocum? – Age

Yocum is 41 years old as of 2021. She was born in 1980 in the United States of America.

Dallas Yocum Husband

Yocum was married to Mike Lindell from June 2013 to mid-July 2013 when the couple divorced, just weeks after their wedding.

Dallas Yocum and Mike Lindell’s Divorce

As the founder of MyPillow remembered, when they were out together, he told Yocum that she was “distant” and “distraught”. While he was driving, she looked at him and told him that, she had never loved him and he was dull. She went ahead and told him that, they had little in common and he had destroyed the last two years of her life. Lindell filed for divorce from Yocum in mid-July 2013.

Lindell certainly did not see the break-up coming, describing himself to the Star Tribune as “blindsided” by Yocum’s actions. In the middle of the night, he even flew to see her after Yocum started reacting to him. Then, however, people started telling him questions about the woodwork. At the ceremony, people told him that she told people she wasn’t going to be married for too long, and that she was very short-lived.

Ms. Dallas Yocum with her ex-husband Mike Lindell
Ms. Dallas Yocum with her ex-husband Mike Lindell

Dallas Yocum’s Ex-husband career

Lindell is a businessman and the founder and CEO of My Pillow, Inc. Lindell was born in Mankato, Minnesota, on June 28, 1961. He went to Minnesota University, but shortly after graduating, he dropped out. In 2004, Lindell developed the MyPillow pillow and expanded the enterprise into a large production corporation in Minnesota. Lindell’s My Pillow business was sued in 2016 for running commercials containing misleading pillow statements that helped with snoring, fibromyalgia, migraines, and other medical problems.

The Better Business Bureau removed MyPilow’s accreditation in 2017, lowering its ranking to an F based on a history of customers’ concerns. In 2017, the organization and foundation donated supplies to Hurricane Harvey victims. Lindell considered running against Democratic incumbent Tim Walz for governor of Minnesota in 2022. In May 2020, in Minnesota, he became the campaign chair for Trump’s reelection campaign. Lindell was named as one of those who paid for Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse’s bail in November 2020.