Kim Kardashian meets California prison inmates for criminal reform documentary
Solitary confinement inmates at California’s Pelican Bay State Prison in Crescent got a visit from Kim K. last week.
The 42-year-old star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians took a private jet to visit inmates and inquire about the impact of incarceration on their psyches.
Reality TV star reportedly spent a day inside the supermax prison to meet with inmates in solitary confinement and discuss the impact of their sentences on their “mental stability.”
Tobey Maguire, who was nominated for a Golden Globe, was there, as well as producer Scott Budnick and a camera crew for a documentary about Kardashian.
The SKIMS founder went there for a documentary that would be a sequel of sorts to Budnick’s 2016 film They Call Us Monsters and his 2013 film Lost for Life, both of which focused on juvenile offenders in the American penal system.
To pursue her dream of opening her own law practise, Kardashian finally passed the “baby bar” exam in 2021. Over the past several years, she has campaigned tirelessly for changes to the criminal justice system.