Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's armed bodyguards opened fire on paparazzi at the couple's nuptials in Costa Rica, blasting out the windows of a photographer's SUV, and just missing the shaken lensmen, the fotogs said yesterday.
Just moments after they talked their way out of an argument with Brady's irate buddies and hired goons, a bullet smashed through the rear window of the SUV and then through the front windshield, just missing the heads of the two fleeing photo journalists on Saturday night, they said.
"Thank God I'm all right. At that moment, I thought I was going to die," lensman Rolando Aviles told The Post.
"The bullet went between us, missing our heads," Aviles said. "If the bullet been a little more to the left or right, it would have killed one of us.
"I said, 'They're going to kill us,' and that's when I hunched down to cover myself."
"When the glass broke, that's when my friend started driving really fast."
Aviles said he and colleague Yuri Cortez, both veteran photographers hired by the INF photo agency, had permission from Gisele's neighbor in Santa Teresa to shoot the wedding ceremony from a vista about 300 feet away from the ceremony.