Kim Kardashian helped free non-violent drug offender Alice Marie Johnson from prison, and after spending time with the Kardashian family Johnson is once again praising Kim for balancing work while being a great mother.
The former inmate appeared on "The Domenick Nati Show" on iHeart Radio and gave some incredible insight into the real lives of the Kardashians after she spent some time with the stars.
“She’s a fantastic mother,” Johnson said, adding that “I was able to spend some time during the wildfires, we were at Kendall’s house, and I saw her interaction with her children. I was just amazed how she was so sensitive to every little thing."
Johnson said Kim was helping daughter North West "bake a cake," and claimed the reality star is a normal mother when she's in mommy mode.
Johnson claims that she actually cooked most of the food for the dinner at Kendall's house, which included; biscuits, homemade mac & cheese, peach cobbler, beef, gravy fried chicken and creamy potatoes.
Johnson said she actually got Kim to cheat on her diet, and revealed, "She was eating the food. I like it that she was pretty much a normal person."
She added that Kim was excited to "sample my southern cooking."
At one point during the evening with the Kardashians, Johnson explained she was telling stories from her two-decades behind bars, and that the story brought Kris Jenner to tears.
Alice Johnson had her sentence commuted by President Donald Trump in June of 2018.
At the time Kim Kardashian tweeted out her excitement and gratitude over the news, writing in all caps, "BEST NEWS EVER."
She added, "So grateful to @realDonaldTrump, Jared Kushner & to everyone who has showed compassion & contributed countless hours to this important moment for Ms. Alice Marie Johnson. Her commutation is inspirational & gives hope to so many others who are also deserving of a second chance."
In a photo from the meeting, exclusively obtained by The Blast, you can see Kim addressing the president directly about the topic of prison reform and Johnson's release.
After she was granted clemency, Johnson was invited to speak at the White House and meet President Trump.
The White House released a statement saying, "Ms. Johnson has accepted responsibility for her past behavior and has been a model prisoner over the past two decades. Despite receiving a life sentence, Alice worked hard to rehabilitate herself in prison, and act as a mentor to her fellow inmates. Her Warden, Case Manager, and Vocational Training Instructor have all written letters in support of her clemency."
It's unclear if she'll ever get the chance to cook some Southern food for Trump.