Travis Barker's daughter Alabama, 16, gives update on her dad after he was hospitalized in terrifying health scare | The Sun

TRAVIS Barker's daughter Alabama has shared an update on her father after he was hospitalized.

The Blink-182 drummer, 46, was rushed to hospital in LA on Tuesday with pancreatitis after undergoing a colonoscopy.

And on Wednesday night, his 16-year-old daughter Alabama thanked fans for their support.

She shared a photo of her hand next to Travis' taken during the rocker's Portofino wedding to Kourtney Kardashian on her Instagram Stories.

The teen wrote: "Thank you guys for all of the prayers and love, I appreciate you and love all of you."

Travis' former stepdaughter Atiana De La Hoya, 23, shared a similar message, writing on her Stories: "Thank you for the outpouring of love and prayers sent our way at this time."

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Travis was taken to West Hills Hospital in Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, followed closely by his wife Kourtney.

From there, he was escorted by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in LA.

Hours earlier, he alluded that he was in pain via Twitter when he wrote: "God save me."

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Alabama shared a photo at the time of herself holding Travis' hand as he lay in what looked like an emergency room bed, writing: "Please say a prayer."

The teen later deleted her posts, as Cedars-Sinai reportedly does not allow photography of patients, especially those featuring hospital bands.


Travis's condition has been identified as pancreatitis, according to TMZ.

Sources told the outlet that he was hospitalized due to the condition, which is an inflammation of the pancreas, and carries symptoms like nausea, intense stomach pain and vomiting.

Although the exact date of the musician's colonoscopy is not known, insiders said the procedure was conducted "recently."

Another source exclusively told The Sun information regarding Travis's condition, saying: “Travis underwent a procedure on Tuesday after being rushed to hospital, but the family do no want to release any further details at the moment.

"He is not in ICU, and is now on a normal floor recovering," they revealed.


A spokesperson for Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station confirmed to The Sun there were no 911 calls made from Kourtney or Travis' addresses on Tuesday, June 28.

Instead, Travis and Kourtney reportedly headed to the West Hills Hospital themselves. The rockstar entered the facility on a gurney. 

His tattooed hand could be seen clenched into a fist as he was wheeled out of the ambulance.

Kourtney was right behind him, wearing a black hoodie and black sweatpants.

Just a few weeks ago, Travis sparked concern from fans after he was spotted sporting a splint following an injury.

He had a brace on his left hand while out and about with Kourtney in Beverly Hills.


Fourteen years ago, Travis nearly lost his life following a horrific plane crash which left the musician severely burned and battling PTSD.

He was aboard 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.

Both Chris and Che lost their lives, as well as two pilots, on the Learjet 60 which crashed shortly after takeoff in South Carolina.

DJ AM died almost a year after the crash from an overdose as he struggled to cope with the impact of the horrific event.

Following an investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board's report attributed the accident to tire bursts during takeoff and the pilot's decision to abort at high speed, which was not recommended for the aircraft.

After the crash, Travis was left with third-degree burns covering 65 percent of his body.

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He underwent 26 surgeries in total and suffered a broken back that had fractured in three places.

He has dealt with a myriad of other health issues over the years including blood clots in both arms and nerve damage in his face.

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