Kim Kardashian continues her work towards criminal justice as she offers to pay 5 years of rent for a former inmate as his housing application was denied. Charles had been released from prison after serving 20 years out of his 35 sentence for non-violent drug and weapons charges. Kardashian, who has frequented the White House to lobby Trump for sentencing reform, brought Charles' case to the president during her visits.
He shared that he had been able to buy a auto since being released from prison in January, after being convicted of a non-violent drug offense.
The man, Matthew Charles, has struggled to find permanent housing in Nashville since his release. Just months after being released, he'd already secured a auto and a full-time job, but housing was still an unknown. It's not as cheap as, say, the Oral B Pro 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush (which is also on Amazon for $50), but if you want the opportunity to get the West family's reported secret to attractive smiles, now's your chance to score it for way less. Her generosity will allow him to save enough money to eventually put a down payment on a house.
Kim Kardashian is an open book when it comes to her life. "It's truly changed his life", Hardiman added.
The reality star has been constantly working for criminal justice as she ran a campaign to free Alice Marie Johnson in June a year ago after she was imprisoned for non-violent drug offense. She helped secure Johnson's freedom, was involved in the case of Cyntoia Brown, who was also granted clemency, and advocated for the First Step Act, which reduces federally mandated minimum sentences.
On Monday (March 11), the Keeping Up with The Kardashian star shared a video of herself with a number of red patches across parts of her cheeks and chin.