Kourtney Kardashian is a daredevil, but her famous last name couldn't get her out of a speeding ticket.
The 42-year-old was pulled over by cops near her Calabasas, CA home on Tuesday, just days after returning from a romantic vacation with her boyfriend, Travis Barker.
Photographers were nearby to capture the embarrassing moment Kourtney was forced to stop her speeding black Range Rover and roll down her window for an officer.
It's unclear if the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy even recognized the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, who went completely makeup-free for the awkward encounter.
Wearing a black baseball cap reading "Poosh," Kourtney repped the name of her company that serves as a "modern guide to living your best life" — however, we don't think tickets fall into that category.
The reality star was photographed pulling out her ID and giving it to the maskless officer, who chatted it up with the brunette beauty but still gave her a speeding ticket.
Ironically, Travis gave his speed racer girlfriend credit for helping him embark on his first flight since surviving a deadly plane crash more than one decade ago.
See the photos of Kourtney getting pulled over here!
The Blink-182 drummer jumped on a private plane last week with Kourtney and headed to Mexico.
It was the first time he's stepped foot on an aircraft since 2008 when the private jet he was on crashed, leaving only two survivors.
Travis boarded the plane in South Carolina after a show with Adam 'DJ AM' Goldstein, his security guard Charles 'Che' Still, and his assistant Chris Baker.
During takeoff, one of the jet's tires blew out, causing a chain of events that would lead to the small plane crashing and bursting into flames.
Both Still and Baker were killed on impact. The pilot and co-pilot of the aircraft also died. Travis and DJ AM were able to escape the burning private jet but they were drenched in fuel and suffered significant burns.
Barker had third-degree burns more than 65% of his body and was in the hospital for three months. He went through 26 surgeries to repair the damage done to his body.
The following year, DJ AM died of a drug overdose.