Kim Kardashian West offers to pay former prisoner's rent for five years

Lewis Collier
March 13, 2019

"Kim reached out privately to Matthew yesterday after hearing he was having a hard time getting approved for an apartment and has generously offered to pay five years of his rent", Hardiman continued. "He was overwhelmed by Kim's offer and graciously accepted".

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Reality TV star and business woman Kim Kardashian West is lending a helping hand to a man who was recently released from prison but could not find accomodation due to his background. 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.

She's clapped-back at tabloids for calling a flare-up acne, shared what treatments and products she swears by on her app, showed her diagnosis on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and often keeps fans updated on the her psoriasis via social media.

The 38-year-old first heard about Charles' story from a Nashville Public Radio article about his return to prison.

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This video comes one month after Kim called out a publication for saying she was suffering from a "bad skin day". "Was moved and has chose to help me", he wrote.

He was released on January 3 as a part of President Donald Trump's First Step Act, according to the Nashville Tennessean.

Kardashian has been on a prison reform crusade for the last couple of years, even visiting the White House herself to discuss one particular case with President Donald Trump.

He said she's not doing it to get attention, but he just had to share it.

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