Famous PeopleDid Amber Heard (36) lie in a previous trial? This is the question that is being sought for an answer in Australia. The actress and her ex-husband Johnny Depp, 59, came under fire in 2015 when they brought Pistol and Boo dogs to Australia, without observing their mandatory quarantine.
It caused quite a stir in 2015 when it was reported that Amber Heard had illegally brought their two dogs, Pistol and Boo, to Australia. Her then-husband Johnny Depp was there to shoot a new movie called Pirates of the Caribbean and asked her to bring the dogs for a visit. They just did not apply for the necessary permits and the dogs were not placed in quarantine, as is mandatory.
When threats were made to put the dogs to sleep if they stayed in Australia any longer, Heard flew back to the United States. However, she could not escape a lawsuit. Australia’s attorney general was willing to drop charges for violating quarantine rules if Amber pleaded guilty to the lesser crime of incorrectly and incompletely filling out travel documents. However, Depp and Heard had to record an apology video. “Australia is a wonderful island. With a unique wealth of flora, fauna and people. This must be protected.” “We sincerely apologize for not reporting Boo and Pistol.” Heard initially risked ten years in prison and a fine of A$10,000, with a transfer of €6,800.
But it’s not over yet. The Department of Agriculture, Water, and Environment said this week that an investigation into possible perjury by Amber Heard at trial was continuing. During Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against The Sun in 2020, it could have been said that false statements were made in Australia. This is now under investigation.
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