Johnny Depp faces 10 years in jail for illegally flying dogs to Australia

Johnny Depp

Hollywood star Johnny Depp could face a 10 year jail sentence or may be forced to cough up a fine of up to $265,000 should he be found guilty of flying his two of his Yorkshire Terriers into Australia without the necessary clearance.

According to independent, an Australian Senate committee has been informed that the actor could be sentenced to as long as 10 years in jail if the case ends in court.

Earlier this month, the Johnny Depp got into trouble for flying his two pets Pistol and Boo into the country on a private jet, breaking strict quarantine laws in the country.

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