Remember when photographers accused hired goons at the Tom Brady-Gisele Bundchen Costa Rican wedding of shooting at them? Regarded as wild, unsubstantiated allegations, it turns out that the allegations weren’t quite so wild or unsubstantiated.
According to Agence France-Presse (via USA Today), two former Brady-Bundchen bodyguards have received prison sentences of five years each for the incident.
In the town of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, a court convicted Miguel Solis and Alexander Rivas of attempted murder. Another guard, Manuel Valverde, was acquitted. Solis and Rivas also were ordered to pay $10,000 to each of the two victims.
It’s unclear why the folks who hired the men who fired the shots apparently weren’t found responsible civilly or criminally.