According to the Daily Mail, sources reveal that the nine-month relationship between Krakowski, 52, and Lindell, 59, who hold opposing political beliefs, was an "open secret" in New York City, where the two were regularly seen together around the West Village.
"We'd always joke that Jane had so much money, couldn't she afford her own MyPillow?'" one source joked to the outlet.
"It surprised many of Jane's friends because she's such an icon in the gay community, but here she is dating one of Trump's biggest business backers," the source added. "I mean [Lindell] was seen in the West Wing and at Trump rallies and he is probably responsible for half of the revenue of Fox News."
Another source explained that the unusual pairing came about when Krakowski and Lindell met and became friends a while ago during the filming of a show. They eventually developed feelings for each other, and he began to sweep her off her feet with romantic gifts.
"He sent flowers to her almost every week and champagne and bottles of different liquor. She said she had known him for about eight years and that they had been friends but then they started a relationship about a year ago," the source said. "I don't know exactly what she saw in him but she seemed happy and thought he was a good man."
Apparently, Krakowski was impressed that Lindell had managed to overcome addiction and start a multimillion-dollar enterprise in his sobriety, but the two still did have some tense moments. "They would fight and Jane would throw all of the gifts that he had given her away," the source noted. "Then they would make up and there would be more gifts again."
The brief romance reportedly came to an end recently during a weekend at Krakowski's rented Hamptons beach house.
Lindell is already facing all sorts of rejection in the business world, having had his product dumped by a variety of major retailers in the wake of his pushing false claims of election fraud. Bed Bath and Beyond and Kohl's cited poor sales of the product as their reasoning, but Lindell has stated that he believes this is a result of "cancel culture."