Yeah, these two are still in hot water…hot AUSSIE water.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s dog drama escalated this week after prosecutors announced that Heard has been charged with smuggling the couple’s two Yorkshire terriers into Australia in May.
Heard was charged Tuesday with two counts of illegally importing the dogs, Pistol and Boo and one count of producing a false document, and the actress has been issued a summons to appear at the Southport Magistrates Court in Queensland on Sept. 7. This entanglement could lead to (at most) 10 years in prison and a fine of $75,000. The false document charge carries a penalty of up to a year in prison and a fine of $7,500.
Obvi, Heard’s legal representation is going to keep her from prison, but the actress will probably have to appear…she can’t pawn all the obligation onto her legal team.
The couple first encountered the legal trouble Down Under when they failed to declare the animals to customs authorities when they arrived in Brisbane via private jet, but they brought the dogs back to the states within 72 hours, when the Aussie govt threatened to euthanize the pups.
Do you think these two have learned their lesson?