Kim Kardashian Pays 5 Years Rent For Recently Released Prisoner

Danny Woods
March 13, 2019

Be it promoting body in a positive way, candidly sharing a close-up video of her Psoriasis face or working for criminal justice, Kim Kardashian has time and again stood up for several causes.

Tim Hardiman, a close friend of Charles' and a senior producer at CMT in Nashville, told Us Weekly that Kardashian reached out to Charles privately after hearing about his housing issues.

And continuing to speak about how the stunning brunette helped him, Matthew admitted it was in an 'unbelievable way'.

Charles posted the happy news to Facebook and revealed that Kardashian "heard about my situation" and was "moved" by it. And many of your responses about the outcome of my dilemma prophesied it. GOD IS GOOD!. "And now that I'm free my heart is enlarged".

The bill is called the First Step Act, and Matthew Charles was the first person to be released as a result. Charles served 20 of his 35-year prison sentence for a non-violent drugs and weapons charge, and back in 2016, he was granted early release.

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Matthew wishes to buy his own house in future and is saving for the same. After the appeals court overturned the judge's initial ruling, he was imprisoned once again.

The daughter of Kris Jenner successfully campaigned for Alice to be pardoned by President Donald Trump after she spent 21 years in prison for a non-violent drug offence.

This comes nearly a year after Kardashian traveled to Washington fight for clemency for Alice Johnson, a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for a drug offense.

He said she's not doing it to get attention, but he just had to share it. I just thought I was helping people and I knew that I had the opportunity or the resources, so I used them and, you know, it worked out really well for Alice.

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