Amber Heard charged for breaking Australian quarantine rules  

Amber Heard charged for breaking Australian quarantine rules The American actress Amber Heard appeared before the court in Australia for falsifying the immigration documents. They are accused of entering the Australia with the smuggled Yorkshire terrier, pistol and a boo in 2015.

Heard and her husband appeared before the Southport magistrates in Queensland’s. Both the lead actors have been charged of violating the Australia’s quarantine laws.

The Australian Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce had threatened the star couple of deporting them. The Australian animal import laws demands particular permits whereas the actress brought the dogs in the private jet of her husband Depp’s. The actress’s husband was working for the Pirates of the Caribbean.

Amber Heard brought the dogs by providing the false document, this violation of Australian act carries a 10 years imprisonment and Aus$ 117,800 as fine. The Australian authorities have substantial evidence of the video footage to prove that the actress had violated the 108 year old quarantine laws.

The violation of laws pertains to the border protection laws and the animal importing rules of the immigration.

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