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A road rage incident in Los Angeles on Monday resulted in a shot being fired at Denise Richards and husband Aaron Phypers’ car, but the couple is fine.

TMZ reported Tuesday that Phypers was taking the actress, 51, to a film studio when the male driver behind them became irritated that they could not find where they were going.

Phypers allegedly allowed the driver, who was allegedly yelling at them as he attempted to squeeze in front of their car, to pass them.

It was then that the driver allegedly fired a shot at Phypers and Richard’s vehicle, striking its back end.

No one was physically injured, but Richards was “unnerved” and crying hysterically when she showed up to the set of her upcoming movie, “Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace.”

In response to reporters’ inquiries, her rep had no comment.

According to reporters, someone from production dialed 9-1-1. It’s unclear whether a police report has been filed at this time.

Phypers, 50, stayed with the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum as she “powered through” and “worked for 12 hours.”

The rattled pair was escorted back to the freeway by an off-duty cop after filming ended for the day.

According to IMDb, “Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace” follows the life of an Iraq War veteran tasked with stopping a fallen angel from collecting an army of the dead to take over the world.

Additionally, Richards is in production on a film slated for release in 2023, “A Walking Miracle.”

As of yet, neither she nor Phypers have spoken publicly about the incident.

David Jones
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David is a freelance journalist covering daily news and matters of great public importance.

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