"Today, President Donald J. Trump granted a commutation to Alice Marie Johnson, a 63-year-old grandmother who has served nearly 22 years in Federal prison for a first-time criminal offence", the statement read.
In a tweet last week, the president said he and Kardashian West talked about "prison reform and sentencing" during their recent visit in the Oval Office of the White House.
Kardashian West expressed her gratitude on Twitter: "BEST NEWS EVER!"
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Christine Samra is a web and social media producer for KPIX 5. Johnson served 21 years for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense. Johnson explained her crimes came as a result of being unemployed, and she would go on to relay messages and provide a line of communication for a cocaine trafficking operation.
The Alice Johnson case is bringing attention to current sentencing laws.
It is said that Kardashian West contacted Ivanka Trump first, in order to get help setting up a meeting with the president.
Happy that her prison time is over, Johnson noted that she feels she has more than paid her debt to society but she's "not bitter about it". Alice Marie Johnson is her great-grandmother. Her daughter, Catina Scales, said on TODAY it was unbelievable Johnson was sitting there right next to her.
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In 2014, the non-profit Can-Do, who advocates for clemency for non-violent drug offenders, began supporting her case.
She said Trump said he had investigated the case, speaking to several people, including Johnson's warden, and everyone had "a unanimous feeling of Alice, that she will live a great life", Kardashian said.
'Her commutation is inspirational & gives hope to so many others who are also deserving of a second chance.
The world has changed considerably since Johnson was arrested, she noted, telling "CBS This Morning", "There are so much new buildings, and I noticed people on the phone a lot".
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Jack Johnson received a rare posthumous pardon last month, after another actor - Sylvester Stallone of Rocky fame - championed his case. "They said that they could see the place where my body lay, but they can never take me home again".