We all know that Kim Kardashian has been using her platform to help inmates get a second chance, as she works to help get them out of prison. However, it looks like she may have quietly been helping more inmates than we thought.
According to TMZ, Kim and her legal team have reportedly helped 17 inmates gain their freedom over the course of the last three months. Each of the inmates had been serving years in prison without parole for low-level drug offenses.
The initiative is reportedly a part of a campaign called “90 Days of Freedom,” which was launched by Kim’s attorney Brittany K. Barnett, in conjunction with attorney MiAngel Cody of “The Decarceration Collective.” Kim has reportedly been secretly funding the campaign as Barnett and Cody have been doing the hard work on the legal side of things. Barnett is also the co-founder of the Buried Alive advocacy group.
The campaign puts the First Step Act to use for inmates who had been given Draconian sentences.
Publicly Kim has used her voice and platform to help Jeffery Stringer, Cyntoia Brown and Alice Marie Johnson.
As many of you may know, Kim is currently studying to become a lawyer.