Kim Kardashian's Service For Humanity, Reunites 7 Inmates With Their Family in 90 Days

Updated On 09 May, 2019 Published On

American reality star Kim Kardashian has taken a big step to help free inmates. In just 90 days, the KUWTK star has helped 17 prisoners gain freedom, all of them being charged life sentence for low-level drug offenses.

Kim has been doing all these activities under 90 Days of Freedom campaign that was launched by Kim's lawyer, Brittany K. Barnett in association with lawyer MiAngel Cody of The Decarceration Collective.

The campaign follows the First Step Act, confirmed by president Trump a year ago, to help prisoners that have been serving draconian sentences.

Working on the project, Kim handles finances while Barnett and Cody use their expertise in lawyering. Also, Kim is said to be secretly funding the campaign for the past few months.

Talking about the Inmates serving draconian sentences, Kim said that the list includes many other prisoners besides Jeffrey Stringer in Florida, Cyntoia Brown in Tennessee, Alice Marie Johnson in Alabama.

Video: Alice Marie Johnson's reaction on her release from the jail

As of now, Jamelle Carraway, who was arrested for cocaine possession, has been reunited with his family after almost 11 years in prison.

Likewise, Eric Balcom, who was convicted of drug charge at 29, is back home after 16 years in federal prison. 

Similarly, Terrence Byrd is reunited with his grandmother after severing 25 years in jail on drug possession charges.

Terrence CAPTION: Terrence Byrd freed after serving 25 years in prison SOURCE: TMZ

As of now, Kim, Brittany, and MiAngel are working hard to free more inmates on their list.