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Denise Richards ‘grateful to be safe’ following road-rage shooting

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Denise Richards & husb& Aaron Phypers are “very grateful to be safe” after their vehicle was shot at during a road rage incident in Los Angeles earlier this month.

“I want to give my sincerest thanks to all who have reached out to me & Aaron during this time,” the actress wrote in a Thanksgiving post shared to Instagram.

“The love & support from all of you has been overwhelming!! We are so thankful for each & every one of you.”

Many of Richards’ fans & friends took to the comments section to share their support.

“Glad you’re both safe. ♥️ Happy Thanksgiving Denise & Aaron. 🦃,” wrote Billy Baldwin, with fellow actor John T. McCook adding, “So thankful you’re both safe…”

Robert Davi also chimed in, writing, “Prayers Dee & Aaron.”

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Denise Richards says she & husb& Aaron Phypers are “very grateful to be safe” following a scary driving incident in Los Angeles earlier this month.
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As previously reported, Phypers, 50, was driving his wife, 51, to Popsicle Studio LA in their gray Shelby on Nov. 14 when a male driver behind them allegedly became frustrated & began shouting at the couple.

Phypers, who was having trouble finding the film studio, eventually let the enraged driver pass them, according to TMZ, who reported that the driver then shot at the couple’s truck – striking the back end of the driver’s side.

A photo of Denise Richards’ Instagram post about being grateful to be safe
“The love & support from all of you has been overwhelming,” the actress wrote.
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No one was hurt but Richards appeared “unnerved” when she arrived to her location, the outlet reported.

A rep for the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum had no comment when Page Six reached out at the time.

Following the traumatic incident, Richards clapped back at a troll who wrote in a since-deleted tweet, “Kinda hope she would have taken a grazing shot to the neck honestly.”

The “Starship Troopers” star responded by tweeting, “Thank you. I would never wish any harm on anyone.”

She continued, “What I experienced yesterday with my husb&, not that you care. Was the most terrifying situation I have ever been in. I’m sorry a shot didn’t graze my neck…a–hole.”

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