Don Yee, the agent of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, had little to say to reporters digging for details into the mysterious shots fired during Brady's Costa Rica wedding to supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
“I have no knowledge of the events being described... additionally, security personnel have reported they do not have any knowledge of such an event. Given this, I have no other comment,” Yee said, according to the Associated Press.
Two paparazzi photographers Monday told the New York Daily News that Bundchen's security fired the shots after they were caught snapping pictures of the couple's Saturday wedding ceremony in Costa Rica.
"I could have lost my life for the sake of some pictures that Gisele didn't want published. Are they insane?" Cortez told his photo agency, INF, according to the paper. "I couldn't believe it when I realized what they had done."
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No one was injured, but the paps say the shots blew out the back window of an SUV. (Photo: Splash News)