Kim Kardashian Paying 5 Years Of Rent For Former Inmate

Kim Kardashian West attends the the Versace fall 2019 fashion show at the American Stock Exchange Building

Kim Kardashian West attends the the Versace fall 2019 fashion show at the American Stock Exchange Building

Kim Kardashian is continuing her support for released prison inmates, offering to pay one man's rent for five years. Charles was one of the inmates released under new prison reform laws, however, he was denied housing due to his background. I definitely saw a lot of compassion from the White House with her and I really do believe it's just the beginning, ' she admitted.

Apparently, the momma of three already had something of a sweet spot for the Nashville man, who was ordered to return to prison after serving 20 years of his 35-year sentence for drug and weapon charges. 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. But since his release from prison, Charles' road hasn't been without its bumps. Just months after being released, he'd already secured a vehicle and a full-time job, but housing was still an unknown. 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.

After being released, Charles reportedly was facing issues with finding housing as a result of his criminal record, which Kardashian caught wind of. Her generosity will allow him to save enough money to eventually put a down payment on a house. Charles took to social media and expressed his gratitude towards Kim Kardashian after he came to know about the news. "It's truly changed his life", Hardiman added.

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In May 2018, Kardashian sat down with Trump to discuss clemency for Alice Johnson, a grandmother who received a life sentence for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense.

Kim previously revealed she is committed to working on other similar cases and helping many more people, sharing: 'It's a longer-term mission for me.

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