Kim Kardashian Covers 5 Years of Rent for Man Released From Jail

Kim Kardashian Covers 5 Years of Rent for Man Released From Jail

He praised Kim saying, "Kim did not do this for attention or publicity" and was grateful for her act of kindness.

Prison reform activist Kim Kardashian West strikes again!

Kim Kardashian has offered to pay a man's rent for the next five years.

Kardashian learned of Charles' return to prison, and eventually mentioned his case in conversation with Trump. His application to a local apartment complex was rejected this month, leading him to speak out about the challenges former felons face when re-entering society.

"I'm pretty distraught about it because it's not allowing me to have a full second chance", the recently released prisoner shared last Friday.

He was first sentenced to 35 years in prison in 1996 in light of drug trafficking charges before briefly being released in 2016 due to the Fair Sentencing Act. After his release, Charles was invited to the State of the Union as one of Trump's guests.

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Ever since his release, the man has found a full-time job, bought a auto and also moved in with his friend. 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.

Matthew Charles told The Tennessean last week that he couldn't find permanent housing since his January 3 release, in part due to his criminal history. "It's truly changed his life", Hardiman added.

Kardashian-West has fought for the release of inmates in the past, and for Charles, she's offered to help him start a new life.

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

Reality TV star, Kim Kardashian has slowly but steadily been proving that she has a golden heart despite the many negative things people think of her.

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