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Kim Kardashian's A-list phone book including stars who 'will probably answer call for hook up'

Kim Kardashian has revealed her bulging address book of A-list celebrities including athletes who would pick up because they thought she "wanted to hook up with them".The Kardashians star, who's currently dating SNL's Pete Davidson, made a couple of shocking confessions during the most recent episode of The Kardashians. In one scene, Kim, 41, sat with film producer Scott Budnick as they discussed his Anti-Recidivism Coalition for social justice.The reality star, who has decided to fight for the rights of the wrongly incarcerated, worked with The Hangover creator on the Julius Jones case. Jones is an American prisoner and former death row inmate from Oklahoma who was convicted of the July 1999 murder of Paul Howell.
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