SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- The Costa Rican wedding of football star Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen was interrupted by gunfire Saturday night when security guards hired by the pair fired shots at paparazzi photographers.
The photographers -- identified as Yuri Cortes and Rolando Aviles -- were reportedly hiding in some bushes near Gisele's beachfront home taking pictures of the wedding ceremony when the security guards found them.
As the photographers jumped into the car, a guard fired a shot at them. The bullet shattered their vehicle's rear window, passed between the two men in the front seat and bounced off the windshield.
"No one was hurt but one of their cars was messed up," said a spokesperson for the INF photo agency.
It was unclear whether Bundchen, Brady and their 25 guests knew about the incident.
The quiet ceremony was the pair's second in two months.
Gisele wore a designer dress and a 10-foot long veil, and held a bouquet of white orchids, according to reports. Brady wore a gray suit and vest with white pants, and had his 1 1/2-year-old son Jack (with actress Bridgett Moynahan) in tow.
Saturday night's vows capped off three days of wedding festivities, which began Thursday night with a rehearsal dinner at the beachfront Milarepa hotel on Costa Rica's Pacific coast.
On Friday night, the couple hosted a dinner for their friends and family at Bundchen's estate.
In recent years the area has become a popular destination forcelebrities, including Mel Gibson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Matthew McConaughey and members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The couple were reportedly first married in the United States in February.
Shots Fired at Island Wedding of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen
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