Kim Kardashian is actively involved in prison reform and helping prisoners

Kim Kardashian has stood up for ex-con, paying the rent of the building for 5 years.

Кім Кардашьян активно приймає участь у тюремній реформі і допомагає в&#039язням

Now all the talk is the fact that the wife of Kanye West stood up for the former inmate, paying the rent of the building for 5 years.

Earlier, Kim Kardashian called “Princess prison reform”, and all because. what with its filing was released Alice Marie Johnson (she was sentenced to life imprisonment for drug trafficking in 1996). But Kim Kardashian has done everything, including met with President trump, and the woman was released, informs Rus.Media.

Now the reality star decided to help Matthew and Charles, who had been in prison for the last 20 years for a nonviolent crime is also drug-related. It is reported that Matthew was the first prisoner who was released in the result of prison reform, on which he worked directly with and Kim Kardashian. The star shared the news on Twitter page.

Here is what Kim posted:

“This man was sentenced to 35 years for selling drugs. He was held in prison for 21 years, was pardoned, found a job, started a relationship, started a new life, and now sent back for another 10 years, because it turns out, was a mistake. The person is completely rehabilitated myself! It’s so sad.”

To help a man who spent 20 years in prison, to start life with a clean slate (after all, nobody wanted to take shelter in the lease), Kim Kardashian paid him a house for 5 years. Of course, the news caused a great resonance. Matthew Charles thanked Kim in Facebook:

Кім Кардашьян активно приймає участь у тюремній реформі і допомагає в&#039язням

“Kim did it to draw attention to his person! But I can’t not write about this, because my heart ready to burst from happiness, and I want you to share with me my emotions. Thanks, Kim Kardashian West for the love and concern towards me while I was behind bars! Now I’m free…”

After such a noble act claim that Kim Kardashian really big ambitions and chances in politics. What do you think about this?

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