Miguel Solis of Costa Rica and Alexander Rivas of Colombia were found guilty of attempted murder Friday in Puntarenas and sentenced to five years, Sky News reported. A third man charged in the incident was acquitted.
Brady, the New England Patriots' star quarterback, and the Brazilian supermodel Bundchen were married in 2009 at a seaside house in Costa Rica. The bodyguards approached paparazzi during the festivities, demanding they hand over their cameras' memory cards, the report said.
Police said a shot was fired at the two photographers as they left. Neither was injured.
Solis and Rivas were ordered to pay $10,000 (5 million colones) each in restitution to the photographers.
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