Johnny Depp’s Wife Pleads Guilty In Dog Case In Australia

Johnny Depp’s wife Amber Heard pleaded guilty on Monday to falsifying immigration documents in a case dubbed the “war on terrier” after she brought her two pet dogs on their private jet into Australia last year. The case made global headlines last May after Australia’s Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce threatened to have the pets, Pistol and Boo, put down unless they “buggered off back to the United States”. Two charges of illegally importing the Yorkshire terriers were dropped on Monday in the Gold Coast court. But Heard admitted a third charge of providing a false document — her arrival card,

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