Kim Kardashian West will cover released prisoner’s rent

Kim Kardashian West will cover released prisoner’s rent

On his Facebook post, Charles noted that Kim had been moved by his story and she chose to help. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analysis from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

The man, Matthew Charles, has struggled to find permanent housing in Nashville since his release. Her generosity will allow him to save enough money to eventually put a down payment on a house.

TMZ reports that Matthew Charles served 20 years out of his 35-year sentence for a non-violent drug crime and weapon offense.

The reality TV star is seemingly making a habit of leveraging her celebrity and relationship with the president to better the lives of prisoners.

However, Matthew was forced to return to prison a year ago after an appeals court overturned a judge's initial ruling. He was first sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment in 1996 for drug trafficking charges but was released in 2016 under the Fair Sentencing Act. He added that she did not do it for attention or publicity.

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"I just received the most wonderful news tonight that I just had to share with everyone".

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. She then chose to help him out in an "unbelievable" way. And many of your responses about the outcome of my dilemma prophesied it.

The bill is called the First Step Act, and Matthew Charles was the first person to be released as a result. Kardashian, who has frequented the White House to lobby Trump for sentencing reform, brought Charles' case to the president during her visits.

Kim is clearly passionate about criminal justice and made headlines after her campaign to free Alice Marie Johnson proved successful in June of previous year.

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