Aaron Phypers: The truth about Denise Richards' husband

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Denise Richards has had a rocky love life, especially where it concerns her former marriage to Two and a Half Men alum Charlie Sheen. We don't have enough time to recap their tumultuous romance, but let's just say Denise accused Sheen of awful behavior during their four-year marriage, including alleged drug use, physical abuse, and verbal abuse, per People.  The Wild Things star and her ex have since been able to co-parent peacefully for the sake of their two daughters together, Sam and Lola, although there are still ongoing issues regarding child support

Fortunately for Denise, her luck in love changed for the better when she started dating Aaron Phypers, who has appeared on various episodes of RHOBH. The two seem madly in love and Aaron seemingly does an awesome job of helping raise the Illinois native's adopted daughter, Eloise. A smitten Denise made it official with her guy in September 2018, marrying him in a quickly put together ceremony filmed for the Bravo series. 

So what's the deal with the guy who swept the actor off her feet? We tell all in the truth about Denise Richards' husband, Aaron Phypers.

Aaron Phypers had another famous relationship

Before meeting Denise Richards in 2017, Aaron Phypers was married to Desperate Housewives alum Nicollette Sheridan from 2015 until their separation in 2016. The two didn't finale their divorce until August 2018, just one month before Aaron tied the knot with Denise. 

Both parties declined spousal support, with Sheridan keeping "all clothing, jewelry, artwork, antiques, and other items of a personal nature in [her] possession"; their Hidden Hills house; and "the horse commonly referred to as 'Leo,'" according to court docs obtained by People. The Quantum 360 CEO got to keep "all clothing, jewelry, artwork, antiques, and other items of a personal nature in [his] possession," in addition to "any and all pieces of real property owned by or standing in the name of [Phypers] and all cars registered to him." 

We're not sure why it took so long to hash out the divorce, but at least Aaron and Sheridan were able to figure it out. And at least they're a lot better off than these celebs who lost a fortune through divorce.

All about Aaron Phypers' mystical business

Aaron Phypers, who goes by Aaron Cameron on Instagram and his business' website, is the CEO of Quantum 360, a "state-of-the-art healing center designed to foster optimal health in mind, body, and spirit, bringing ultimate health to our members." To achieve this, Aaron's business incorporates "cutting-edge alternative energy technologies which include sound and light therapies, as well as the hidden properties of water to restore homeostasis" in clients' bodies. Sounds a bit trippy, no?

As for how Aaron got into the healing business, it all started when he experienced "some life-changing events" as a child, per Q 360's website. "These events inspired his journey to harness non-invasive modalities to help people tap into their own healing capabilities," his CEO bio continues. "Through the teachings of physics at a young age, Mr. Cameron learned that everything in our bodies has a frequency. He began researching and utilizing various frequency generating devices to help people re-establish homeostasis in their bodies, mind, and spirit." 

Denise Richards serendipitously met Aaron at Q 360, a sexy meeting she recounted on an episode of RHOBH. "So, I met him at his center doing DNA repair, anti-aging, and that sort of thing," she explained (via Us Weekly). "Then, one time we had sex in one of his rooms. We've been inseparable ever since." 

Well, you can't knock Denise for going after what she wants. Très steamy.

Denise Richards says people 'follow' Aaron Phypers because of his career

Aaron Phypers' "frequency medicine" practice is apparently a dangerous business, if you believe him. As reported by People, at a dinner party at Kyle Richards' home during Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Season 10, Aaron attempted to explain his job, saying, "Everything you've been taught about how diseases process and stuff works is not true. I have to be careful." Wife Denise Richards interrupted him, "We already have people following us, be careful," insinuating that... well, honestly, who knows what she meant. But they both seemed genuinely paranoid.

"If we end up off of Mulholland [Drive], you know why," Denise said, referring to an iconic windy, dangerous road in Los Angeles. Another party guest noted that Big Pharma could be listening now that the convo would be on film. "Do you even feel safe?" the guest asked. "I have people following me all the time," Aaron eerily concluded.

In RHOBH Season 10, Episode 2, Aaron mentioned that one of his machines was reportedly being used by NASA, so it's possible that Denise meant the United States government? Big Pharma? Aliens? Someone needs to get these two a pair of matching foil hats.

Then again, Kyle's husband Mauricio Umansky has been known to partake in a little marijuana at dinner parties this season, per Andy Cohen's tweets, so it's possible the party guests were also imbibing. Let's all hope that's the case.

Really, no one understands what Aaron Phypers does for a living

Aaron Phypers attempted to further explain his work during the aforementioned dinner party on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10, Episode 3 at Kyle Richards' home and totally fumbled the ball. Even Lisa Rinna, who said her husband Harry Hamlin is into this brand of "frequency medicine" and is a long time friend of Denise Richards, had trouble comprehending what was going on, per People.

In the April 2020 episode, Aaron tried to explain, claiming that cancer is your body's "best friend." He added, "I'll prove it all day long. We can split an atom with sound, cause a nuclear explosion, kill people. You can't figure out if it's cancer?" He also said that he cured a pulled Achilles tendon with his methods, no surgery needed.

"Traditional isn't traditional. It's allopathic. And allopathic, it means alternative medicine," Aaron said. "Look it up. It's all a measurement of the electromagnetic spectrum frequency. I break down stuff so you can all heal you — I don't heal anybody, by the way. I remove blocks, discord, information."

It's safe to say that none of the Beverly Hills housewives will be going to Aaron to have "blocks" or "information" removed from their bodies anytime soon.