Travis Barker's past attraction to 'eye candy' Kim Kardashian 'is NOT a deal-breaker' for his now-girlfriend Kourtney

TRAVIS Barker's former attraction to Kim Kardashian was "reportedly 'NOT a deal-breaker" for his now-girlfriend Kourtney.

The Blink-182 drummer previously referred to new divorcee as "eye candy."

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An insider told Us Weekly: “It wasn’t a dealbreaker."

“Ultimately Kourtney loves Travis and is pushing it aside. Kourtney and Travis are still obsessed with each other and going strong.”

Earlier this month, Travis' ex-wife Shanna Moakler, with whom he shares son Landon, 17, and daughter Alabama, 15, accused him of having an affair with Kim before their 2008 divorce.


The musician has denied these allegations but fessed up to “secretly checking” Kim out while he was hanging out with Paris Hilton.

Travis previously told Us Weekly: “How could you not stare at Kim? Mind you, I enjoyed hanging out with Paris, but I love curvy girls.

"Kim was eye candy. I was in no way disrespectful to Paris, but I couldn’t keep my eyes off Kim.”


However Shanna Moakler insisted to Us Weekly Travis is lying about cheating with Kim.

The mom-of-two claimed: “We were working on our marriage and trying to heal through that affair, that infidelity, [but] he continued to [work with her].

“And then I received all the text messages and the other third parties kind of let me know. It’s something I was well aware of.”

Shanna suggested of why Travis may be lying about Kim: “He is dating her sister now, so I think that would be really weird.”

Travis and Kourtney have been seeing each other since early this year.

In March insiders told the outlet: "Kourtney is so smitten with Travis, and everyone around them loves them as a couple.

“She’s spending time with his kids; he’s spending time with her kids.”

Kourtney shares Mason, 11, daughter Penelope, 8, and son Reign, 6, with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick.

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