Ali Landry and her husband, director Alejandro Gomez Monteverde, scattered the ashes of Montaverde’s father and brother off the coast of Tampico, Mexico on Wednesday, according to Us Weekly.
The former Miss USA’s father-in-law, Juan Manuel Gomez Fernandez, and brother-in-law, Juan Manuel Gomez Monteverde, were found dead on Sept. 19 in Veracruz, Mexico, after being kidnapped and held hostage for 16 days. The Latin Times reports that a ransom had been paid for the pair’s release.
Neither Landry nor Monteverde have spoken publicly about the deaths, but Eduardo Verástegui, who was a producer on Monteverde’s film Little Boy, confirmed the deaths to ET and tweeted his condolences upon hearing of the tragedy.
"With a heart full of pain and sadness, I ask for prayers for my friend and 'compadre' Alejandro Gomez Monteverde and all his family," Verástegui wrote. "My deepest condolences to my soul brother, I love you so much 'compadre,' I put my heart in your hands and I join you in this deep pain."
Us Weekly also reports that a mass for the two men will be held at a Los Angeles church on Friday.
ET has reached out to Landry’s rep for comment.