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Dallas Yocum Is Mike Lindell's Ex-wife & Their Marriage Ended 2 Weeks after Wedding — Who Is She?

Edduin Carvajal
Jul 24, 2022
05:55 A.M.
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MyPillow creator Mike Lindell has had a rocky love life, but his relationship with his second wife, Dallas Yocum, has raised many eyebrows as they broke up two weeks after saying, "I do."


Businessman Mike Lindell runs MyPillow, one of America's most successful pillow companies, but his marriage to Dallas Yocum probably kept him awake for weeks.

Yocum, 20 years younger than Lindell, not only accused him of abuse but also told him he was boring and that she never loved him. Here's everything you need to know about Lindell and Yocum's short and controversial relationship.

Dallas Yocum's ex-husband, Mike Lindell, on March 30, 2020, in Washington, DC | Source: Getty Images

Dallas Yocum's ex-husband, Mike Lindell, on March 30, 2020, in Washington, DC | Source: Getty Images



Born in 1980, Yocum is a businesswoman who prefers to keep the details of her life away from the spotlight. She doesn't have public social media accounts, and her love life before Lindell is a mystery. However, sources claim Lindell was her fourth husband.

The former couple allegedly met in the early 2010s at the Riverside Casino in Laughlin, Nevada, where Lindell used to gamble and Yocum used to work.


Shortly after their meeting, in the summer of 2011, Lindell told Yocum that he frequently talked to God in his dreams, and He said Yocum had to work for MyPillow.

He offered her a job as an executive assistant and promised to keep things professional, so Yocum took it. However, Lindell didn't keep his word. As soon as Yocum moved to Minnesota, he told her to stay at his sister's place, where he also lived at the time.


Dallas Yocum and Mike Lindell began dating after he broke up with a fiancée in late 2012. Weeks later, they got engaged. On June 8, 2013, the former couple tied the knot.

Lindell and Yocum did not skimp on their wedding ceremony. They invited about 300 people to Chaska's Oak Ridge Hotel and Conference Center, none of which could have imagined their marriage would last only two weeks.

We don't have anything in common, and you've ruined the last two years of my life.



Two days after saying "I do," Yocum approached Lindell with a request he was unwilling to accept: she wanted her two-year-old granddaughter to live with them for at least one month, but she could stay with them for life.

The former couple fought about it, with Yocum claiming Lindell got so angry he "almost hit" the toddler. Lindell reportedly chased Yocum and her granddaughter out of their home, leading her to stay in a hotel.

Lindell defended himself by saying Yocum's allegations were filled with exaggerations and fabrications. He added that she was a "bitter woman" whose goal was to manipulate him into giving her gifts and money.


One of their last conversations happened in early July when Yocum asked him to leave her alone, or he would hear something he didn't want to. Lindell pressed her, and Yocum said:

"I don't love you. I never loved you. You're boring. We don't have anything in common, and you've ruined the last two years of my life."

Yocum supposedly added that, after moving to Minnesota with him, she could not see her family. However, Lindell said he gave three of her kids and one niece jobs at MyPillow, and they also relocated to Minnesota.


During her two years at MyPillow, Dallas Yocum became the customer service center's director. Although she stopped going to work after the wedding, she kept getting paid. Lindell allegedly justified it with the work she would do in the future.

He did not hear from Yocum for days even though he kept texting and calling her. In mid-July, he learned from his wedding guests that Yocum had been telling people they would not stay married very long. He filed for divorce shortly after.

[Lindell] ended his first marriage to Karen Dickey, the mother of his four children, due to his drug addiction.


Lindell revealed the former couple got a prenuptial agreement, but he never thought it would be necessary that quickly. Yocum supposedly took her expensive engagement ring and jewelry when she left.

Even after their divorce, Yocum and Lindell's relationship kept making headlines. She admitted to being afraid of him after he supposedly tried to hurt her with his vehicle.

Yocum stayed at her brother's home one night, and when she woke up, Lindell was allegedly standing over her, watching her sleep. Lindell has denied those allegations.



One month after filing for divorce, Lindell said that each day made him stronger. He had never been "this blindsided," but he found solace in God and prayer.

Sadly, Lindell's love life has not been as smooth as he would have liked. He ended his first marriage to Karen Dickey, the mother of his four children, due to his drug addiction. They were married for about 20 years.


Still, Lindell didn't give up on love and found happiness with Kendra Reeves. As soon as the couple met in 2014, Reeves encouraged him to rely more on his faith. He noticed her relationship with God was special and wanted the same for him.

It is unclear if Reeves and Lindell are still together. While they never confirmed a breakup, she has been absent from his social media account for a few years. Dallas Yocum has also stayed away from the spotlight.

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