The former Bond actress burst into tears
Shot of Denise Richards in the car
It was a nightmare ride for Denise Richards: the actress’ car was shot on the way to work.
Denise Richard’s car was shot inside.
Shock for Denise Richards (51): On the way to the shooting of her new movie, a driver went crazy behind her and fired a gun at her while passing, as reported by the American portal TMZ.
The former Bond girl is currently filming “Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace”. In it, she plays a weapons expert. Filming will take place at Popsicle Studios south of downtown Los Angeles. The incident happened while she was driving to the set with her husband Aaron Phypers, 50. According to the insider, Phypers took the wrong exit in the Inglewood neighborhood, which is notorious for street gangs. So he slowed down to read the names of the side streets. Whereupon the man in the back missed Richards and Phypers with a daring maneuver. The man then shot a Ford F-150 Shelby as he drove by. The bullet penetrated the metal to the right of the driver’s side rear fender.
“Denise was completely on edge.
Too much for an actress. “Denise was completely frustrated and crying when they arrived on set. A member of the production crew immediately alerted the police when he saw the bullet hole,” says the insider. Despite the shock, Richards spent twelve hours shooting for her new strip and was even able to smile again in an Instagram photo with co-star Korrina Rico, 35. Her husband remained on set the entire time. The actress was then escorted by a patrol on her way home to the highway ramp. A source told People: “Denise and Aaron only saw they had been hit by one of the shots after they arrived on set. But Denise really wanted to end her day because she finished after that and didn’t have to come back.”
Denise Richards starred alongside Pierce Brosnan (69) in “James Bond 007 – The World Is Not Enough.” Most recently, she repeatedly hit the headlines with the career of Onlyfans or the custody dispute with ex-husband Charlie Sheen, 57, over their two daughters. (cth/bsn)