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Denise Richards responds after troll says they hoped she would have taken ‘grazing shot’ to the neck

Dennis Richards replied After trolling on Twitter, he said that he hoped that he would have received a “killing shot” in the neck in Monday’s road rage incident.

Richards’ vehicle was shot while she and husband Aaron Phippers were on their way to a studio in Los Angeles for a day of filming, Fox News Digital previously confirmed.

“Hopefully he honestly would’ve taken a grazing shot to the neck,” wrote one Twitter user, according to Page Six.

The tweet was removed because it “violated the Twitter Rules.”

Denise Richards, who starred "wild Things" And was in Playboy, clapping back at a Twitter troll after her road rage encounter.

Denise Richards, who starred in “Wild Things” and was in Playboy, clapped back at a Twitter troll after her road rage encounter.
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Denise Richards’ car was hit while driving during a road rage incident in Los Angeles

“Thank you. I would never wish ill on anyone,” He replied on Twitter. “You don’t care what I experienced yesterday with my husband. It was the worst I’ve ever been in. I’m sorry one shot didn’t hit my neck… a–hole. “

The “A Walking Miracle” star and Phippers were driving to Popsicle Studios los angeles When the incident happened, People magazine reported. According to the outlet, a van was on the tail of Phypers, “roughing him over.”

The man and Phippers exchanged words, with the man claiming that 50-year-old Phippers had cut him off. Phypers eventually left, and it wasn’t until the couple arrived at the studio that they realized the man allegedly shot in the back of their Ford F-150.

Dennis Richards' car was shot during a road rage incident on November 14, 2022.

Dennis Richards’ car was shot during a road rage incident on November 14, 2022.
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“She was very shaken and nervous, but she’s a trooper, and she went and shot the whole day,” a source told the outlet, adding, “She didn’t want to work.”

“Even though they were upset, [Richards] decided to stay and film. Her role was just one day,” said the source, noting that when the couple “realized the car was going to be shot, they were really mad, and production secured the scene.”

Richards and Phypers No one was injured in the incident.

The source further added, “The production company made them feel safe, but they didn’t file a police report. They feel now people were after the car because it’s worth a lot of money.”

Denise Richards was in the car with her husband, Aaron Phipps.

Denise Richards was in the car with her husband, Aaron Phipps.
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Janelle Ash of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.