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Kourtney Kardashian gets pulled over by the sheriffs for speeding through Malibu canyon


Kourtney Kardashian gets pulled over by the sheriffs for speeding through Malibu canyon… after helping Travis Barker find the courage to fly again

She recently returned from a whirlwind romantic holiday.

And Kourtney Kardashian was hit with the reality that she’s no longer on vacation as she was pulled over by a Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy on Tuesday afternoon.

The 42-year-old blogger wore her brand’s logo on a hat as she handed over her license and received a speeding ticket days after helping her boyfriend, Travis Barker, find the courage to fly once again following tragic plane collision 13 years ago.

Whoops! Kourtney Kardashian was hit with the reality that she’s no longer on vacation as she was pulled over by a Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy on Tuesday afternoon

Kourtney sat behind the wheel of her black Range Rover as she chatted with an officer near her home in Calabasas.

Her long brunette hair was hidden underneath a Poosh baseball cap and she appeared to be relatively makeup-free.

Barker recently sang his girlfriend’s praises as he embarked on his first plane ride since surviving a deadly crash more than a decade ago. 

Trouble: The 42-year-old blogger wore her brand's logo on a hat as she handed over her license and received a speeding ticket

Trouble: The 42-year-old blogger wore her brand’s logo on a hat as she handed over her license and received a speeding ticket

Oh no! Kourtney sat behind the wheel of her black Range Rover as she chatted with an officer near her home in Calabasas

Oh no! Kourtney sat behind the wheel of her black Range Rover as she chatted with an officer near her home in Calabasas

Barker celebrated a milestone on Saturday as he successfully took his first ride on an airplane since surviving a deadly plane crash nearly 13 years earlier. 

‘With you anything is possible,’ he captioned a snap holding Kourtney in his arms after a safe flight on Kylie Jenner’s airplane.

The couple traveled with Kourtney’s mother, Kris Jenner, 65, and her boyfriend Corey Gamble, 40, for a vacation in Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas. 

The Blink 182 drummer hadn’t been able to set foot on an airplane following the deadly plane crash in 2008 in South Carolina in which he was one of only two survivors.

'With you anything is possible,' he captioned a snap holding Kourtney in his arms after a safe flight on Kylie Jenner's airplane

‘With you anything is possible,’ he captioned a snap holding Kourtney in his arms after a safe flight on Kylie Jenner’s airplane

2008 crash: The 45-year-old Blink-182 drummer wasn't able to set foot on an airplane following a deadly plane crash in 2008 in which he was one of only two survivors (pictured)

2008 crash: The 45-year-old Blink-182 drummer wasn’t able to set foot on an airplane following a deadly plane crash in 2008 in which he was one of only two survivors (pictured)

The plane crash happened on Sept. 19, 2008. Travis boarded a private jet in South Carolina to head back to Los Angeles following a show, while accompanied by his friend Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein, his security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still, and his assistant Chris Baker.

As the small plane was attempting to take off, one of its tires suffered a blow out, causing the craft to overshoot the runway, burst through the airport’s fence and over the nearby highway, and finally crash into the embankment on the side of the road.

The pilot, Sarah Lemmon, and the co-pilot, James Bland, were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane erupted into flames on impact, according to the Chicago Tribune . Still and Baker were also killed on impact.

Travis and Adam were able to escape from the burning plane via an emergency exit over the wing, but both were engulfed in flames as they slid down the wing and got covered in burning jet fuel.

The drummer had third-degree burns over 65 percent of his body and had to spend three months in the hospital while having skin grafts and 26 surgeries to repair the damage.

Fiery crash: The pilot, Sarah Lemmon, and the co-pilot, James Bland, were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane erupted into flames on impact in Columbia, South Carolina. Security guard Charles 'Che' Still and assistant Chris Baker were also killed on impact - seen in 2008

Fiery crash: The pilot, Sarah Lemmon, and the co-pilot, James Bland, were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane erupted into flames on impact in Columbia, South Carolina. Security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still and assistant Chris Baker were also killed on impact – seen in 2008

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