Kim Kardashian Promises to Pay 5 Years Rent for Released Prison Inmate

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Charles, 53, was one of President Donald Trump's guests at the State of the Union in February, a little more than a month after he was released from prison after serving more than two decades of a 35-year sentence for a non-violent drug offense. It's not as cheap as, say, the Oral B Pro 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush (which is also on Amazon for $50), but if you want the opportunity to get the West family's reported secret to attractive smiles, now's your chance to score it for way less. 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.

According to reports, Kim had reached out to Charles and offered to pay for his rent for the next five years.

A thankful recipient of her benefaction has revealed on social media that the mother of three paid five years house rent for him and that though she didn't do it for publicity, he had to thank her publicly.

"She later discussed Matthew's situation when she met with the president in September."

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

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She has reportedly been charged with with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services fraud, same as Felicity. A judge ruled that the Emmy-winning actress could be released on $250,000 bond.

Charles, of course, couldn't be more grateful for Kiki's continued efforts that have severely impacted his life. Kim Kardashian-West heard about my situation. And many of your responses about the outcome of my dilemma prophesied it.

Whether or not she's reforming America's prisons for attention, Kim's efforts are paying off in a huge way.

Matthew Charles told The Tennessean last week that he couldn't find permanent housing since his January 3 release, in part due to his criminal history.

Kardashian learned of Charles' return to prison, and eventually mentioned his case in conversation with Trump.

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