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Kim Kardashian West to cover TN inmate's rent

Kim Kardashian West to cover TN inmate's rent

After being released, Charles reportedly was facing issues with finding housing as a result of his criminal record, which Kardashian caught wind of.

"I'm pretty distraught about it because it's not allowing me to have a full second chance", the recently released prisoner shared last Friday.

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. 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.

However, Matthew was forced to return to prison previous year after an appeals court overturned a judge's initial ruling.

CNN political commentator Van Jones told TMZ in December 2018 that the First Step Act would not have passed "if Kim Kardashian had not gone to the White House to talk to Donald Trump". But since his release from prison, Charles' road hasn't been without its bumps.

"Kim [Kardashian] did not do this for attention or publicity, but I had to share it because it's to [sic] good not to, and my heart is about to burst with happiness, that I wish you to rejoice in this news with me", Charles shared in a Facebook post Sunday.

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"I just received the most wonderful news tonight that I just had to share with everyone".

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Kim had chose to help Charles after his application to rent a home was rejected due to his criminal history.

Representatives for Kardashian did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for comment.

The reality TV star is seemingly making a habit of leveraging her celebrity and relationship with the president to better the lives of prisoners.

This comes nearly a year after Kardashian traveled to Washington D.C.to fight for clemency for Alice Johnson, a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for a drug offense.