When Kim met with President Donald Trump in May 2018 to speak to him about pardoning Alice Marie Johnson, she also mentioned Charles in the conversation. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analysis from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.
Charles was sentenced to 35 years in prison in 1996 for selling cocaine.
However, Matthew was forced to return to prison past year after an appeals court overturned a judge's initial ruling. But on Sunday, Charles announced that Kardashian West, an advocate for criminal justice reform, will be helping him out. He added that she did not do it for attention or publicity.
And of course, she's hoping for a future remedy, but until then, she's learned to live with it. "Scientists are constantly researching and developing new medications to help treat it, but for now, I use a topical cortisone ointment every night before bed", she said. And many of your responses about the outcome of my dilemma prophesied it.
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 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.
The reality star has been constantly working for criminal justice as she ran a campaign to free Alice Marie Johnson in June a year ago after she was imprisoned for non-violent drug offense.
Now, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is allowing us into her struggle with psoriasis (a skin condition that forms scales and itchy and dry patches) by sharing a makeup-free selfie.
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