Bodyguards Miguel Solis and Alexander Rivas were also ordered to pay $10,000 to each person they fired at.
When photographers were caught trying to take long-distance photos of the supermodel and her football star husband during their Costa Rican nuptials, Solis and Rivas reportedly demanded the paparazzo's memory cards. They then proceeded to shoot at the photographers as they drove away from the scene.
Photographer Rolando Aviles told the court: "The bullet went between us, missing our heads. If the bullet had been a little more to the left or right, it would have killed one of us. I said, 'They're going to kill us!' I could have lost my life for the sale of some pictures that Gisele didn't want published."
Bundchen denied knowing anything about the altercation, while Brady initially claimed his security team didn't possess any firearms.
The Brazilian supermodel recently showed off her naked body in the November issue of Vogue Paris.