It was the wedding in Costa Rica that was supposed to end with "happy ever after" for supermodel Gisele Bundchen and New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady. Yet this might not be the case for the newly-wed couple as two photographers (paparazzi, actually) are suing them for $1 million dollars over the alleged shooting that almost endangered their lives, limbs and career (to annoy more celebs). Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographer Yuri Cortez and local Costa Rican photographer Rolando Aviles have already filed the appropriate lawsuit against the couple in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan.
Although nobody was hurt by the bullets that were fired, the paparazzi insist that they suffered mental anguish and physical injuries because of that. AFP, one of the largest news networks in the world, stood by their photographer as it incurred a great expense over that incident, since a rented car was damaged. Also, two photographers feared for their lives as the bullets narrowly missed them. Bundchen and Brady, together with their agents, are still not commenting about this issue. Oh well, they should rather have a wedding under a rock if they don't want paps to hang around. To know more details about the paparazzi case against Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, just read the Washington Post.