Kourtney Kardashian wears exact same pants and sneakers as Travis Barker as fans spot signs rocker is 'controlling'

KOURTNEY Kardashian wore the exact same pants and sneakers as Travis Barker in a new photo amid fears that he is "controlling".

Travis, 46, shared a snap of himself and Kourtney, 43, wearing matching red leopard-print trousers and red and black Commes Des Garcons high-tops.

The lovebirds' legs were entangled in the photo, which was taken in the back of a car.

He posted the snap just hours after Kourtney was accused of changing her entire style to suit the rocker.

The claims were made after a fan posted a video of Kourtney in a baggy, graphic tee, loose pants with a lot of pockets, black, chunky boots during her and Travis' recent trip to Disneyland.

Earlier this week, viewers claimed they had spotted several "red flags" about Travis' behavior in the latest episodes of the new Hulu show, The Kardashians.

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One user on Reddit claimed it's worrying that Travis seems to be involved in all of Kourtney's decisions.

"I don’t see Kourtney making her own decisions very much, at least not in his presence. (He’s always present)," they wrote.

"I probably wouldn’t have noticed if it didn’t seem like he was making several decisions for the both of them. E.g. she voiced that she had wanted to look at houses in Malibu, they end up going where he wanted instead.

"Travis couldn’t accompany Kourtney to SNL because of his son’s bday in LA – so Kourtney didn’t go. Especially because Scott was going."

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The user also drew attention to the couple's incessant PDA, writing: "Maybe I’m also just not used to seeing women being treated like a doll.

"He initiates all the PDA, and no matter how inappropriate it may seem, she complies. & Remember how quickly she got off her seat and sat on his lap, per his request (episode 1). I personally am getting red flags."

Other viewers seemed to agree, with one writing: "Constant, inappropriate PDA will always be a huge red flag for me. No one will ever change my mind."


Viewers were certainly bothered after seeing Kourtney "grinding" on Travis in front of a realtor during a house tour in this week's episode of The Kardashians.

When they got to the huge backyard, the rocker sat on a couch and beckoned for Kourtney to sit on his lap.

With the realtor standing just yards away from him, Kourtney straddled the musician and put her arms around his neck.

Travis grabbed her butt with both hands, before playing with the buttons on the front of her minidress.

Kourtney and Travis – who married in Las Vegas earlier this month – have been repeatedly slammed for their PDA and for bragging about their sex life on social media.


Last week, Travis was slammed for jokingly playing the drums on Kourtney's butt and legs in front of her daughter Penelope, nine.

In a teaser from an upcoming episode of The Kardashians, Travis joked around with Kourtney at his recording studio.

The Poosh founder was sitting on the couch wearing short shorts when her husband-to-be gently slapped her backside several times.

Kourtney seemed unfazed by Travis' gesture as her daughter laughed at the encounter.

Travis shares two children with his ex-wife Shanna Moakler – Landon, 18, and Alabama, 16.

Kourtney has three kids with her ex of 10 years Scott Disick – Mason, 12, Penelope, and Reign, seven.

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