Kim Kardashian pays another visit to the White House

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West raised the possibility of getting another convicted felon's sentence commuted after she secured the release of one woman through a meeting with President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump denies calling Sessions "mentally retarded, ' "dumb Southerner" Pressley blasts Trump as 'racist, misogynistic, truly empathy-bankrupt" Capuano falls to Democratic challenger Pressley in Mass. primary MORE earlier this year, Page Six reported Wednesday.

"It's scary when you have a minor drug charge but then you get life and you're stuck in this insane maximum-security prison with murderers and people [like that]", the 37-year-old reality star continued. Why Kardashian advocated for Alice Johnson during her visit with President Trump and what you need to know about prison reform.

According to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Chris was imprisoned for possession of marijuana and less than half a gram of cocaine. Young was sentenced to life in prison in 2014 for his role in a large cocaine distribution conspiracy. And he's had a ideal record. Then, she made a change.

She also says she's spoken with former Tennessee Judge Kevin Sharp, who resigned because the law forced him to mete out such a harsh sentence.

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"He was like, "I'm going to make this right, I'm going to step down and I'm going to help to fight to get him out". "And if you're near that you can get in trouble so easily, '" she said.

As well as working with the judge, Kim "often" talks to the White House about prison reform. Kim also says she's in regular touch with Jared Kushner, who she says is "passionate" about prison reform ... especially in drug cases where the sentences are draconian.

She said: "All of my attorneys at home always joke, like, 'You've gotta just come be in the office.' If I didn't have to go for so much school, I would truly love to be an attorney [and] practice all the time".

The meeting led to the president pardoning her crime and she was released a month later.

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