Travis Barker was released from the hospital six days after suffering from life-threatening pancreatitis, a source told Kristen Bell Tattoos.
The 46-year-old musician previously confirmed on an Instagram story that a recent colonoscopy may have triggered the illness, and he was hospitalized last Tuesday, June 28.
He was rushed to West Hills Hospital and then transferred to Cedars-Sinai Hospital rushed to West Hills Hospital in Los Angeles followed by his new wife Kourtney Kardashian.
An insider told Kristen Bell Tattoos on Monday: “Travis has been discharged and is at home as he continues to recover with the support of his family on July 4th.”
A second source also confirmed that the rocker is no longer in the hospital.
Kristen Bell Tattoos has reached out to Travis and Courtney’s representatives for comment, but have yet to receive a response.
Kourtney revealed that she is not celebrating American holidays this year after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade as abortion is now banned in many states.
She shared a message, “July 4th canceled due to lack of Independence. Sincerely, women.”
Kourtney later shared a basket of board games including Battleship, Operation, and Monopoly as the family remained low key during Travis’ recovery at home.
She also posted photos of the bunnies indoors at their home, along with a bouquet of flowers from mum Kris Jenner and boyfriend Corey Gamble.
Travis has previously reported on his condition on social media, telling fans on Instagram, “I went in for an endoscopy on Monday, feeling great.
“But after dinner, I felt excruciating pain and have since been hospitalized.”
He continued: “During an endoscopy, I had a small polyp removed right in a very sensitive area, which is usually treated by specialists, which, unfortunately, damaged the critical drainage tube of the pancreas.
“This led to severe, life-threatening pancreatitis.”
Travis added: “I am very grateful that thanks to intensive treatment, I am now much better.”
Kourtney stayed with Travis in the hospital as her sister Kim Kardashian and other family members went to the Turks and Caicos for a short vacation before returning to Los Angeles for the weekend.
In her own Instagram story, Kourtney shared her gratitude to the doctors and staff for their quick work.
“Oh, what a scary and emotional week this has been,” she said.
“Our health is everything, and sometimes we take for granted how quickly it can change.”
PRAYERS FOR TRAVIS
The Poosh founder added, “Travis and I went through a routine endoscopy together and ended up with severe, life-threatening pancreatitis.”
Travis’ 16-year-old daughter, Alabama, shared a photo of her holding her father’s hand as he lay on what looked like an emergency room bed and wrote, “Please pray.”
Fourteen years ago, Travis nearly died in a horrific plane crash that left the musician with severe burns and battling post-traumatic stress disorder.
He was on board the doomed flight on September 19, 2008, along with his assistant Chris Baker, security guard Charles “Che” Still, and his best friend Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein.
Chris, Che and two pilots died in a Learjet 60 that crashed shortly after takeoff in South Carolina.
DJ AM died almost a year after the accident – from an overdose – as he reportedly struggled to cope with the aftermath of the horrific event.
Following an investigation in a National Transportation Safety Board report, the accident is attributed to blown tires during takeoff and the pilot’s decision to abort the flight at high speed, which is not recommended for the aircraft.
After the accident, Travis was left with third-degree burns covering 65 percent of his body.
In total, he underwent 26 operations and received a fracture of the spine in three places.