Kim K. to Pay Rent for Former Inmate Denied Housing After Clemency

Nope - turns out Kylie and Jordyn haven't made up after all

Nope - turns out Kylie and Jordyn haven't made up after all

Kim Kardashian's recent efforts in criminal reform includes her providing a roof for five years for a man released from jail.

However, Matthew's struggles only continued after his release, as he was denied housing due to his background. He was released in 2016 ahead of schedule after his legal team successfully argued his sentence was unjust under the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010, which reduced the disparity between penalties related to crack cocaine and powder cocaine offenders. He attended this year's State of the Union address at President Donald Trump's invitation.

Celebrity Kim Kardashian and super-model Bar Refaeli launched the new eyewear collection by Carolina Lemke, which is available for online buyers via the company site as of Tuesday morning.

He shared: "I just received the most wonderful news tonight that I just had to share with everyone". Kim Kardashian-West, through Tracy, said they heard about my situation. Was moved and has made a decision to help me'.

Charles has yet to find a place to live, but hopes to move into a new apartment by the end of the week.

Wanting to help Charles get back on his feet, the KKW Beauty mogul reached out to him "privately" on Sunday and offered him a generous financial solution.

The reality TV icon wants to remind you that she still deeply cares about helping fix America's broken prison system and those who have been affected by it - and she's putting her money where her tweets are.

This comes nearly a year after Kardashian traveled to Washington fight for clemency for Alice Johnson, a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for a drug offense. However, when the 21-year-old went on Jada Pinkett-Smith's show Red Table Talk, she maintained that she and Kylie were still in contact.

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