KOURTNEY Kardashian’s stepdaughter Alabama Barker has shown off some new “tattoos” on her face.
The post comes after critics slammed 43-year-old Kourtney over some of her parenting choices.
The 17-year-old Alabama shared a photo of herself from a fan account with fake tattoos on her face.
In the photo, Travis Barker’s daughter sticks her tongue out and uses a filter that places a spider, web, and cross on her face.
It’s unclear why the teen reposted the snap to her Instagram stories.
But it comes as Kourtney and Travis have come under fire for potentially dangerous parenting decisions.
Problems with the car?
The teenager was recently criticized by a car safety expert after he posted a photo showing her sitting in a dangerous position in her father’s Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV.
She shared the picture on her Instagram Stories, which showed her sitting on the dashboard with her feet up.
The act prompted a reaction from Jessica Jermakian, the vice president of vehicle research at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Speaking to The US Sun, Jermakian said: “Restraint systems are designed to work best when passengers are seated upright and the lap and shoulder belts are snug around the hip bones and over the center of the shoulder.
“If a passenger has their feet on the dashboard, they are hanging in the seat, which means the belts are not attached as designed for effectiveness, and he or she could be injured in an accident.”
It’s not the first time Travis and Kourtney’s parenting in Alabama has been a cause for concern.
In November, Barker and his wife Kourtney Kardashian were slammed for allowing the 16-year-old Alabama to drink and drink during a wild party.
In a video shared on TikTok, the underage teenager was shown holding a bottle of what many believe was alcohol while dancing.
At one point, Alabama turned away from the camera and appeared to take a sip from the bottle before passing it on.
The teenager celebrated his 17th birthday – although it was only in December.
LET’S BE FAST…
Meanwhile, a shocking Instagram video was posted earlier this month and then deleted from Alabama’s account.
The expired Instagram story surfaced in an online thread after Alabama initially shared a snap of her blunt.
Viewers saw Alabama hold the joint and show off her red square nails.
According to the California Department of Cannabis Control, “marijuana is legal in California for both medicinal and recreational use.”
The government side recommended cannabis “keep away from children”.