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West has helped get a Miami man out of prison after he was locked up for more than two decades for a low-level drug case. 

The reality star tweeted on Friday that she helped fund the case of the man, only identified as Jeffrey, who had been sentenced to life in prison for the crime.  

'We did it again! Had the best call with this lovely family and my attorney @msbkb, who just won the release for their loved one Jeffrey in Miami,' she tweeted, tagging attorney Brittany K Barnett. 

'He served 22 years of life sentence for low level drug case. He served too much time but it gives me so much joy to fund this life saving work,' she added. 

Kim Kardashian West has helped get a Miami man out of prison after he was locked up for more than two decades for a low-level drug case

West has helped get a Miami man out of prison after he was locked up for more than two decades for a low-level drug case

Kim tweeted on Friday that she helped fund the case of the man, only identified as Jefferey, who had been sentenced to life for the crime. She shared this photo of Jeffrey with his family

Kim tweeted on Friday that she helped fund the case of the man, only identified as Jefferey, who had been sentenced to life for the crime. She shared this photo of Jeffrey with his family

Barnett retweeted Kim's post, calling it 'such an amazing day'. 

'Jeffrey should never have been sentenced to life in this case. Period,' she continued. 'America's addiction to incarceration devastates entire families.' 

'So happy Jeffrey will be reunited with his family after 22 years! His life was saved today!'    

DailyMail.com has reached out to Barnett about Jeffrey's case. 

The news comes just a month after it was revealed that Kim had offered to pay the rent of Matthew Charles, a former inmate who was released from prison after serving 20 years of his 35-year sentence for non-violent drug and weapon charges. 

Kim privately reached out to Charles after she heard he was struggling to find housing because his background prompted all his applications to be denied. 

She offered to pay his rent for the next five years. 

Kim's attorney Brittany K Barnett retweeted Kim's post, calling it 'such an amazing day'. She said Jeffrey 'should never have been sentenced to life in this case'

Kim's attorney Brittany K Barnett retweeted Kim's post, calling it 'such an amazing day'. She said Jeffrey 'should never have been sentenced to life in this case' 

'I just received the most wonderful news tonight that I just had to share with everyone. -West heard about my situation. Was moved and has decided to help me,' Charles posted on his Facebook in March.  

Barnett (pictured) is the co-founder of the Buried Alive Project, which works to end life without parole sentences handed down under federal drug laws

Barnett (pictured) is the co-founder of the Buried Alive Project, which works to end life without parole sentences handed down under federal drug laws

'Kim did not do this for attention or publicity, but I had to share it, because it's too good not to, and my heart is about to burst with happiness,

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