Gisele Bundchen’s security guards to stand trial for attempted murder

London: Three men who worked as security guards at Gisele Bundchen’s wedding are to stand trial for attempted murder.

They are accused of opening fire on two photographers covering the April 2009 wedding of the supermodel in Costa Rica, reports the Daily Star.

A report by the country’s justice department says the snappers, Yuri Cortez and Rolando Aviles, were on public property but the three guards forced them on to private property before demanding their cameras and film.

When the photographers refused to hand them over, one of the guards shot at their car, nearly hitting Cortez.

The three guards will go on trial later this month.


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