By now, we're all familiar with the story. Two guerilla photographers, while trying to snap unauthorized photographs of Tom and Gisele's wedding at her home in Costa Rica, allege they were shot at while trying to "escape" the security detail hired for the event. USA Today reports:
The photographers are alleging the security guards were improperly trained and that Brady and Bundchen OK'd their team to "discharge firearms with intent to kill or wound."
While interviewed during the off-season, this is what Brady had to say about the incident:
Brady and Bündchen were quietly married on Feb. 26 in Santa Monica, Calif. On April 4 they held a larger ceremony for family and friends at a secluded beachfront in Costa Rica. Not surprisingly, snooping photographers also showed up. Two claimed that bodyguards for Brady and Bündchen shot at their car. "Absolute total b.s.," Brady said last week. "We found two guys on our property, and we told them to get out. Our security guys didn't even have guns. There were no shots fired."