Kim Kardashian West says she's "fighting" to free a prisoner who was sentenced to life for drug possession. "According to @CNN, Kim appeared on the podcast "Wrongful Conviction" and said she's working on Chris" case, who is now serving a life sentence on "drug charges after receiving three strikes."' TSR posted on their Instagram account.
The news of the meeting comes a day after Kardashian West revealed that she's now working on getting Chris Young, a non-violent drug offender, pardoned.
"It's so unfair", she said, according to Page Six, who received an advanced version of the podcast.
Kim also claims that she's been in contact with the former Tennessee judge who sentenced Young to life.
Kushner has been an advocate of prison and sentencing reform, championing a compromise bill crafted in the Senate.
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Kardashian expressed her gratitude to the president at the time in a tweet which read, "Best news ever!"
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Sharp also said that he would work to get Young's sentence commuted.
According to reports, Kim is meeting with the head of state to rally behind a 30-year prisoner now serving a life sentence.
Kim also revealed that she is now in regular contact with President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner as he too is "passionate" about changing the U.S. sentencing laws. "And if you're near that you can get in trouble so easily, '" she said. ("Wrongful Conviction")#KimKardashian: "I didn't know anything going into this and I still dint know everything (...) but I know that I have a voice and I'm happy to use it".