Denise Richards expressed gratitude on Thanksgiving weekend for pals and followers who supplied assist to her household almost two weeks after a driver shot on the automobile she was touring in with husband Aaron Phypers.
“I need to give my sincerest because of all who’ve reached out to me and Aaron throughout this time,” she wrote on her social media platforms. “We’re each very grateful to be protected.”
Richards, 51, was sitting within the passenger seat whereas Phypers was driving their Ford F-150 to a studio in Los Angeles when a street rage incident with a driver of one other automobile occurred.
Phypers, 50, exchanged phrases with a person driving a van, and finally drove away from the verbal dispute.
Upon arriving to the set location, Phypers realized the person allegedly shot the again of their truck.
Richards and Phypers weren’t injured throughout the Nov. 14 occasion.
“The love and assist from all of you has been overwhelming!!,” Richards added in her submit. “We’re so grateful fo attain and each one in every of you.”
Sources informed Folks journal that Richards was “very shaken up and terrified” on set, however nonetheless filmed your complete day.
“She did not need to not present as much as work,” the insider added. “The manufacturing firm made her really feel protected, however they did not file a police report. They assume now that individuals had been after the automotive itself as a result of it is value some huge cash.”
Days after the ordeal, the previous “Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills” star responded to a web-based troll who hoped she would have “taken a grazing shot” to her neck.
“Don’t care kinda hope she would have taken a grazing shot to the neck truthfully,” one person wrote, based on Web page Six.
“Thanks. I’d by no means want any hurt on anybody,” she voiced on Twitter. “What I skilled yesterday with my husband, not that you just care. Was probably the most terrifying scenario I’ve ever been in.
“I’m sorry a shot didn’t graze my neck…a–hole.”
Twitter later deleted the person’s tweet after it “violated the Twitter Guidelines.”
Fox Information Digital’s Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.