According to photogs present (and by present, we mean hiding in the bushes) at the Costa Rica nuptials of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, there were more than vows exchanged - there were bullets!
And now, there's a lawsuit!
The couple's bodyguards went above and beyond their call of duty when the team discovered nearby paparazzi, who claim they received clearance to shoot from a neighboring property. One of the guards didn't buy the story and demanded the camera and memory cards to ensure no pictures would be used.
One photographer "managed to run off and escape" but the other claims he was held captive, "grabbed by the bodyguard, his arm twisted behind him and immobilized."
He said that he was finally allowed back in his SUV to pick up the other pap, but security insisted the two head to the Bundchen residence for further discussion.
The legal documents state that as the men tried to speed away from security, "the Brady/Bundchen bodyguards opened fire with pistols." Supposedly, the bullets shattered the rear window of their vehicle and barely missed their heads.
Brady and Bundchen are being sued for negligence in hiring and training the bodyguards and allowed to "discharge firearms with intent to kill or wound."
The cost of being almost murdered?
$1 million in damages!
Getting pictures of the world's most beautiful couple of their big day?
[Image via WENN.]