As we mentioned earlier, bodyguards at Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's wedding in Costa Rica this weekend reportedly fired shots at some pesky paparazzi.
The two photogs involved, Rolando Aviles and Yuri Cortez, got permission from a douchebag neighbor to snap photos from their vista 300 feet away from the ceremony.
But once the two paps were confronted by Tom's bodyguards, that's when the real problems began.
And according to Yuri Cortez, he has a lot to say, claiming:
"I was returning from taking some photos of the wedding, and when I got to my car, right in front of the property, there was an American guard and he was trying to detain me. He wanted to take my camera, my [memory] card, for me to show him the photos I had taken. And I told him no.
And they told me to get out. I started walking, and the [one of them] grabbed my arm and pulled it behind my back. He grabbed my backpack too. And he told me that I couldn't leave. I told him if he was the police, he could detain me, but if he wasn't any type of authority he couldn't do it."
My friend said he heard them say, 'Stop, or I'll shoot your tires!' But when I heard the shot, I thought my friend had been shot. I heard the impact [on the back windshield], and when I looked into the mirror and saw that the guy had a pistol, I said, 'Watch out, the guy has a gun!' Then immediately we heard the impact [of the bullet]. We just hit the gas and sped off ducking down as low as we could in our seats."
According to local police officer Jose Aguero, a police report was received and authorities are performing a full investigation.
Cops say they will pursue a case against the security guards, but Tom and Gisele will not likely be held responsible for the shooting.
[Image via WENN.]