Exactly one month ago a judge ruled that Amber Heard defamed Johnny Depp, the actress is again in legal trouble, however, it is not against the star of “Pirates of the Caribbean” and not even in the United States.
The problem is in Australia
This time, Amber could face court but now from Australia, almost 7,940 miles from Los Angeles, for a small hiccup, which is being treated as dog trafficking.
The authorities have begun the investigation
This new legal situation that Amber Heard could face is not current, however, a detailed investigation by the Australian authorities has just begun.
This happened in 2015
According to Entertainment Tonight, the actress is being investigated by the authorities, so says a spokesman for the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment who declared that “allegations are being reviewed against Amber Heard due to the fact that in 2015 she made illegal importation of (her) two dogs to the region”.
They traveled together
Curiously, this trip was made with her ex-partner Johnny Depp, when during that year they visited Australia since the actor was filming some scenes for ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’
The Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is investigating allegations of perjury by Amber Heard during court proceedings for the 2015 illegal importation of her 2 dogs.
The case is ongoing.
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Pistol and Boo
Amber Heard took two Yorkshire Terriers named Pistol and Boo and entered the country without presenting the pertinent documents for the registration of her pets, although other sources point out that this documentation could have been falsified and this situation would have major consequences for the actress.
Biosecurity and Trade
On the other hand, according to the Australian Department of Agriculture, Water, and Environment, all dogs and cats coming from the United States or the United Kingdom require an import permit to bring them to Australia, since both are classified in group 3 of “biosecurity and trade”, which recognizes that they are countries or territories where the rabies disease is absent or well-controlled, although they need a certificate to enter the country.
She will have to travel to Australia again
In view of this situation, the evidence continues to be evaluated to decide whether Amber Heard will have to step foot again in Australia, although this time to solve this legal problem, which will surely have a new fine and will hit her pockets.