Brady, Bundchen have second wedding

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- Amid the wedding celebration of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen on Saturday came a report of gunfire at a news photographer's car.

French news agency Agence France-Presse reported that one of its photographers said a bodyguard for Bundchen shot at his car after he refused to give up his camera. Photographer Rolando Aviles of Al Dia, a Costa Rican newspaper, said he was also in the car and has filed a police complaint.

No one was injured.

"I have no knowledge of the events being described," Don Yee, Brady's agent, told The Associated Press in an e-mail on Sunday night. "Additionally, security personnel have reported they do not have any knowledge of such an event. Given this, I have no other comment."

Al Dia reported Sunday that 50 guests attended the Brady-Bundchen wedding in Santa Teresa, a beachside town. The couple were reportedly first married in the United States in February.

The newspaper said the Brazilian supermodel wore blue and the quarterback beige for the ceremony.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.