Kim Kardashian's vow to aid in prison and social justice reform has most recently resulted in the upcoming release of Cyntoia Brown. Upon seeing this, inmates around the country are reaching out to her in droves.
Sources tell TMZ that Kardashian has received thousands of requests from inmates around the country to lend her legal support in order to overturn sentences. Her positive streak (Brown became the third inmate that Kardashian advocated for and successfully helped free) has even earned her the title of "Princess of Prison Reform," which was given to her by prison staffers and prisoners alike.
Kim has managed to accomplish a lot within the last year. She had a polarizing meeting with President Trump to discuss the release of Alice Marie Johnson, who was sentenced to life in prison for a drug offense. Shortly after the release, Johnson was granted clemency. She also visited a women's prison to speak one-on-one with several inmates to gain a proper understanding of their living conditions and circumstances. Kim revealed that she was working with the White House on passing less harsh sentencing laws, citing the case of Chris Young (who is currently serving life after being charged with drug possession) as her primary point of focus.
The news of Cyntoia Brown being granted clemency is the latest win for Kardashian in her fight for prison reform. After catching wind of Brown's story in late 2017, Kim decided to lend her legal support in hopes of getting her free. Despite news of her 51-year sentence in December, yesterday (Jan. 7) she was granted clemency by the state of Tennessee.