The RHOBH alum has spoken out following a terrifying highway rage incident. Pic credit score: © Thompson/AdMedia

Final week, The Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Denise Richards and her husband, Aaron Phypers, have been concerned in a frightening road rage incident that led to gunfire. Fortunately, each have been unhurt.

The taking pictures occurred final Monday whereas Phypers was chauffeuring Richards to a movie studio in south LA. When he had bother discovering the place, TMZ reported, the driving force behind them grew irritated, yelling and attempting to get previous them.

Phypers apologized and let the driving force move, however he shot at their truck as he did so, hitting the rear driver’s facet.

Although nobody was harmed bodily, Richards was reportedly “unnerved” and sobbing as she arrived on set.

Now, the actress has damaged her silence on the incident, taking to Instagram to share an announcement by which she thanked supporters who had reached out to the couple.

“I need to give my honest due to all who’ve reached out to me and Aaron throughout this time,” the star wrote.

“We’re each very grateful to be secure. The love and help from all of you has been overwhelming!!”

Richards concluded, “We’re so grateful for every one in all you.”

Denise Richards' statement about the incident.
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RHOBH alum Denise Richards speaks out after highway rage taking pictures

It was the primary time Denise Richards had spoken out concerning the incident.

However final Wednesday, the star took to Twitter to shoot down a troll who, in a since-deleted tweet responding to information of the taking pictures, wrote, per Page Six: “Don’t care kinda hope she would have taken a grazing shot to the neck actually.”

The RHOBH alum replied, “Thanks. I’d by no means want any hurt on anybody.”

Richards described the taking pictures as “essentially the most terrifying state of affairs I’ve ever been in,” including, “I’m sorry a shot didn’t graze my neck… a**gap.”

Denise Richards' tweet.
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Denise Richards and husband ‘terrified’ by highway rage incident

On the day of the taking pictures, Richards, regardless of being “very shaken up and terrified,” ended up staying on set for 12 hours.

Phypers remained on location and by his spouse’s facet in the course of the shoot. As soon as filming had wrapped for the evening, an off-duty cop escorted their truck again onto the freeway, and the pair made their approach dwelling.

That day, Richards was filming a film known as Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace, which, according to IMDb, follows an Iraq Struggle veteran who receives a calling from a better energy to cease a fallen angel from elevating a military of the useless to take over the world.

Richards performs a weapons professional.

Extra: Denise Richards, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills