She successfully petitioned Donald Trump for a pardon for convicted drug trafficker Alice Johnson last year.
Johnson, who brought along her sisters Dolores and Patricia, was greeted at the door by Kim, 38, and husband Kanye West, 41, and then introduced to Kendall, Khloe, Kourtney and Kris.
Plot line: Kim Kardashian is seen welcoming pardoned drug trafficker Alice Johnson to a family dinner in the trailer for Sunday’s episode of E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians
Family affair: Kanye West was also on hand to greet Johnson who brought along her sisters Patricia and Dolores
In the trailer, Johnson is seen showing Kim how to make biscuits from scratch before sitting down for dinner with the reality TV clan.
While prepping the meal together in the kitchen, Kim tells Johnson: ‘When I was pleading your case to the president, I was like, ‘She has family that she can live with. And she has job offers’.’
Since her release last summer from an Alabama correctional facility where she was serving a lifer sentence, Johnson, 63, has been given a joint book and movie deal to tell her story.
She told momager Kris Jenner over dinner that she has been living in Arizona with her daughters who has eight-month-old twins.
Hands on: In the trailer, Johnson, 63, is seen showing Kim how to make biscuits from scratch to go with dinner
Project: Kim helped get Johnson freed from an Alabama correctional facility last summer and since her release, the grandmother has landed a book and movie deal
Reminiscing: Kim tells Johnson: ‘When I was pleading your case to the president, I was like, ‘She has family that she can live with. And she has job offers”
Welcome: The get together was held at Kendall Jenner’s house because of the Woolsey wild fire last November and Kendall was seen giving Johnson a hug
Filmed for the TV show: Khloe Kardashian and daughter True Thompson, left, were also on hand for the meal as was Kourtney Kardashian and daughter Penelope Disick, right
The scenes took place at Kendall’s pad because the visit came while Kim and Kanye had evacuated their Hidden Hills mansion due to the Woolsey Fire in November that scorched almost 100,000 acres of land in northern Los Angeles County and southern Ventura County.
Johnson is one of 17 people to have been freed from prison thanks to the Buried Alive Project that was co-founded by attorney Brittany K. Barnett and former inmates Sharanda Jones and Corey Jacobs.
It’s been reported that Kim has been helping to fund the project.
Personal plea: Kim met with Donald Trump at the White House last May to discuss Johnson’s case and the following month he pardoned her
Free: Kim has also offered to pay the rent of Matthew Charles (pictured with Trump last April), who was released from prison after serving 20 years for non-violent drug and weapon charges
Since she intervened on behalf of Johnson, the E! reality star has taken a liking to criminal justice reform and is seeking to pass the California State Bar and become a lawyer.
A month ago, it was revealed that Kim had also 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.
She has also visited the notorious San Quentin prison where convicted murderer Kevin Cooper, whom she is trying to free, is behind bars.
Kevin Cooper has been on death row for 33 years for the murders of four people, including two 10-year-old children.
It has been claimed an advanced DNA test could exonerate him.
Look who’s here: On Tuesday, Kim and Kanye traveled to North Carolina to visit Paul Algarin, pictured with twin sister Azaria and their mom, whom Kim helped free from prison last month
San Quentin death row prisoner Kevin Cooper says he was wrongly convicted of killing four people including two children and Kim has pleaded for DNA evidence to be reexamined
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Oxygen announced the network has given the green light to a show called Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project, which the reality star will executive produce.
It said the series will offer ‘an exclusive, never before seen look inside her mission to tackle one of America’s most controversial subjects’ and ‘capture Kardashian’s efforts to secure freedom for Americans who she believes have been wronged by the justice system.’
New series: On Tuesday, Oxygen announced the network has given the green light to a show called Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project, which the reality star will executive produce