Gisele Bündchen Appeared To Be Crying In Public After Being Pulled Over By Police

Gisele Bündchen Getting pulled over by police (Screenshot via TMZ Video)

Gisele Bündchen was seen being visibly upset after being pulled over by police for a traffic violation in Florida in Wednesday.

The 43-year-old Gisele Bündchen has mostly kept a low profile since her divorce from legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady that was finalized in October 2022. She is now in a relationship with Joaquim Valente, who’s been training her in jiu-jitsu.

TMZ shared a video of Bündchen appearing visibly emotional and possibly crying after being pulled over by a police officer somewhere in Surfside, Florida. The officer speaks to the world-famous supermodel outside of her Mercedes G-Wagon and can be seen handing Bündchen a ticket.

Bündchen starts to become upset moments after the officer gave her the ticket:

It’s unclear what traffic violation Bündchen committed. But considering she’s worth hundreds of millions of dollars, paying the ticket won’t be an issue. Of course, she has the option to lawyer up and fight the ticket.

Bündchen and Brady were married for 13 years. They had two children together, a son and a daughter. She was also the stepmother to Jack, the son Brady had with actress Bridget Moynahan.

Gisele Bündchen, Tom Brady Divorce Was Heavily Publicized

It had been widely reported prior to the 2022 season that where were issues in the marriage of the popular power couple. Brady was absent from Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp in 2022 for 11 days, citing “personal reasons.”

Multiple reports indicated that Bündchen was unhappy with Brady’s decision to continue playing football after initially announcing his retirement on Feb. 1, 2022. 40 days later, Brady announced that he was coming back for a 23rd season. Bündchen had openly discussed her concerns about the game of football, even revealing that she was aware of her husband suffering numerous concussions during a 2017 interview on “CBS This Morning.”

Brady had a forgettable final season in 2022, with the Bucs finishing a disappointing 8-9. He retired after the club’s playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys and will make the move to the “NFL on FOX” broadcast booth this fall.

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