Well, this isn't good news for Amber Heard.
The wife of Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp has been charged with illegally bringing two dogs into Australia earlier this year.
According to TMZ, she could face up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of $102,000.
Amber and Johnny's dogs. (Photo Credit: Splash)
The news comes shortly after it was reported she had been summoned to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court after bringing her Yorkshire terriers, Boo and Pistol, into Queensland on a private jet.
The actress, who was accompanying her hubby to his film location for the latest installment of Pirates of the Caribbean, flew in on a jet and neglected to declare her dogs’ presence, despite Australia’s strict quarantine laws.
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Following her act of 'smuggling,' the Agriculture Minister, Barnaby Joyce aggressively pursued the case, threatening the dogs with euthanasia, until Amber, 29, and Johnny, 52, left the country.
She'll have to answer two charges of illegal importation and one count of producing a false document (the incoming passenger card). She is expected to appear in Australian court on Sept. 7.