Amber Heard is facing giant fines—and even possible jail time—for bringing her pet pooches into Australia illegally back in May, but it’s costing her husband Johnny Depp the big bucks to the tune of $10 million!
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A source told OKMagazine.com exclusively that the actor spent over $10 million for her Yorkie pups’ Pistol and Boo, illegal entry into Queensland, where he was filming the latest installment of Pirates of the Caribbean.
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“It was a very expensive mistake to make and it’s going to cost him a lot more than just cash,” the source said.
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The $10 million in damages is a result of enormous legal bills but, according to the insider, also included the “private jet to take them home” as well as a “decent dog sitter they can trust.”
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The fiasco may even cost Depp his reputation because, the source added, “Aussies can’t stand that kind of self-entitled behavior.”
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The Associated Press reported on July 16 that Heard was charged with two counts of illegal importation and one count of producing a false document for bringing the dogs into the country on her visit to see her husband. The Australian government said Heard had not properly quarantined the dogs before their arrival and gave her 72 hours to send the dogs home or they'd be euthanized.
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Heard will appear in a Queensland court on Sept. 7, where she can face a maximum prison sentence of 10 years and a fine of up to $75,000 for the illegal importation charges and up to an additional $7,000 and a maximum one-year prison sentence for the false document charge.
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