Denise Richards & Husband Aaron Phypers SHOT AT During Frightening Road Rage Incident – DETAILS

L take, man!! Crime is out of control!!

on Monday, Denise Richards was riding the passenger-side as the husband Aaron Phypers Took him to Popsicle Studio for the shooting of the upcoming film. Horrifyingly enough, that’s when the other driver’s road rage flared up on them!!

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To tmz, Aaron was desperately trying to find space (a common struggle in Los Angeles) when a driver behind them became frustrated with his speed, yelling and trying to “squeeze” ahead. Denise’s husband let her go, but apparently it wasn’t good enough for this ass! The outlet reports that while scraping the back-end of his Ford F-150 Shelby pickup truck, the friend shot him.

Welcome to Hollywood!!!

Ever the professional, the 51-year-old actress continued to work in tears, but a production worker made sure to call 911, a source told People on Tuesday:

“She was very shaken and scared, but she was a soldier and she filmed all day. She didn’t want to show up at work.

Even scarier, it looks like the Road Ragger in the “Gold and Maroon Van” has been following them for a while!

,[Aaron] Could tell – he kept making the rights because they were clearly being followed. The boy was clearly annoyed behind him. The van was on its tail, almost pushing it over… They couldn’t figure it out.

The insider said that Aaron finally rolled down his window to see what was going on when a heated exchange ensued, with the guy accusing Aaron of cutting him off first. uh, really man? Catch it!!

The two were apparently so upset by the incident that they didn’t realize they had been shot until they arrived on set and saw a bullet hole in the back on the driver’s side of the truck.


Tell it to listen to the source:

“When they realized the car had been shot, they were really scared, and production secured the scene. Even though they were upset, [Richards] decided to stay and film. His role was just a one-day deal. The production company made her feel safe but she did not file a police report. They now feel that people were only after the car because it is worth a lot of money.

Oops. Senseless nonsense!

Despite no reports being made, an on-set executive partially drove her home at the end of her 12-hour shift. And luckily it was only a one-day event, so she wouldn’t have to make the same trek again.

breath. Between the continuing fallout of the pandemic and political frustrations, it seems like tensions are at an all-time high everywhere – but nothing justifies this nonsense!

Wishing Denise and Aaron lots of peace and tranquility. Hopefully they can move on from this ordeal without wreaking any more havoc on their lives.

Stay safe out there, Elle!

P.S. If you are interested in the film she was working on, Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace To be released in 2023! Sons Road Rage.

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