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Amber Heard Brought Her Dogs To Australia Illegally

Amber Heard Brought Her Dogs To Australia Illegally

Amber Heard may have the capacity to follow through on her guarantee to “keep away from the Land Down Under,” in spite of her Aussie lawful inconveniences.

The performing artist has been summoned toward the Southport Magistrates Court in Queensland on Sept. 7 to respond for her alleged dog carrying unlawful acts – yet she could stay away from the court appearance on the off chance that she confesses, as indicated by a lawful master.

“An application may be made, if Ms. Heard means to concede to the offenses, to have the sentence decided without Ms. Heard,” says Peter Shields, a Queensland Law Society Criminal Law Committee chair who is not partnered with the case.

Heard, who professedly carried her two Yorkshire terriers (Pistol and Boo) into Australia with spouse Johnny Depp in May, was accused of two numbers of unlawfully importing the puppies and one check of creating a false document on Tuesday.

“I would never have put the photograph on Facebook unless I had authorization,” Lianne Kent, proprietor of Happy Dogz pet groomers, told WHO Weekly.

When it was found that the couple supposedly neglected to pronounce the creatures to customs authorities when they arrived in April, Aussie government official Barnaby Joyce gave them 72 hours to give back the dogs to the U.S., and undermined to euthanize the dogs if requests were not took after.