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Depp's Dogs Face The Plank In Australia

UPDATE 15/05: Depp and Heard are expected to fly out of Australia after the threats were made to their dogs.

The Australian Department of Agriculture has said that the Yorkshire terriers must be removed from the country by Saturday, and quarantine officers are expected to interview the Hollywood couple before they leave the country to investigate whether they purposefully misled customs about the dogs.

If they’re found guilty, they could be fined or even face jail time.


Johnny Depp's two pet dogs may be put down by Australian officials because the Hollywood star flew them into the country without declaring them.

Immigration officials will reportedly seize the Yorkshire terriers, named Boo and Pistol, after they arrived last month in Brisbane on Depp's private jet.

The actor, 51, is currently on the Gold Coast filming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

The word on the seas is that Boo and Pistol could be facing the plank, with authorities believed to be considering either putting them down or sending them back to the US.

Depp's wife, 29-year-old actor and model Amber Heard, is reportedly pleading with authorities from the Department of Agriculture to spare the pups' lives.


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