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As if you've never been curious about what dog food tastes like….
Well, Serena Williams at least was, and decided to order off the dog food menu at her fancy hotel. When in Rome, right??
The tennis superstar shared the whole story on Snapchat, saying she was actually ordering a salmon and rice meal for her Yorkie, Chip.
As Serena explained, she was inspired after ordering a delicious-looking beef and chicken with vegetables meal the night before. She confessed:
"And I promise you, I was like, ‘That looks so good.' It was fresh greens and boiled chicken and beef and it was seared tenderly. It was just perfection. That looks like the best food. Better than my food. So today, I was like, I might wanna taste his food, so I order him the salmon and rice because I eat salmon and rice. Before you judge me, look at it. It's kinda all mixed together. C'mon, it looks good…I put some in his bowl. I'm like, what the heck, I'm gonna try a piece. So I ate a spoonful. Don't judge me, I ate a spoonful!"
You know where this is going…
Two hours later, the dog mom found herself running to the toilet feeling like she was about to pass out! That's how you know the biz is serious!
Watch her describe her sh*tty experience (below):
Johnny Depp Makes Fun Of His Dog Smuggling Apology Video While Promoting Alice Through The Looking Glass — Watch HERE!
The 52-year-old actor was overseas in England this past weekend to help promote his upcoming flick Alice Through the Looking Glass when he started to joke about his puppy fiasco saying:
"I would really like to apologize for not smuggling my dogs into England, because it would have been a bad thing to do."
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the video (below) as Depp has a bit of fun with his recent controversy!
Amber Heard is fighting back!
On Monday, Heard released a statement revealing she'll plead NOT guilty to dog smuggling charges in Australia. The case is set to take place sometime next year.
For those who don't know, Amber and Johnny Depp were under intense scrutiny from Australian officials when they failed to present rabies-free documentation for their two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, during filming of Pirates of The Caribbean last May. One higher up even threatened to euthanize the doggies if they weren't sent back to the United States within 72 hours.
While Heard and Depp quickly complied to authorities demands, they still faced punishment for their actions. Officials take these situations VERY seriously considering Australia prides itself on being a rabies-free country.
In response to the serious charges, the actress explained:
"My decision to defend these charges, as will become apparent in the appropriate forum of the Court, is not intended to in any way diminish the importance of Australia's laws."
Welp, there ya go! We're glad the blonde is respecting Australia's jurisdiction while also standing up for herself.
Anyways, we're interested to see what defense Ambs comes up with. It seems like the beauty's lawyer (who will represent her at the trial) has a daunting task ahead!
If convicted, Johnny's wife could face 10 years in prison and fines up to 80K.
So, whose side are YOU on?
[Image via WENN.]
Amber Heard & Johnny Depp's Doggy Drama Escalates! Australia Is NOT Letting The Couple Off The Hook!
Australian authorities are barking mad!
Back in May, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard brought their two adorable Yorkies into Australia during the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Unfortunately for the couple, they chose not to document the pups — a big NO NO for Australian authorities.
After Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce publicly admonished the famous pair and gave the Yorkies (Pistol and Boo) 72 hours to "bugger off", the puppies were quickly returned to the United States.
Now, a few months AFTER the fact, Australia gifted Heard with a summons to appear at the Southport Magistrates Court in Queensland on September 7 — after she was CHARGED with two counts of illegally importing the couple's dogs and one count of producing a false document on Tuesday.
What the what?!
Speaking of the summons, an Australian official stated:
Last month, Aussieland's Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce found out that Johnny didn't declare he was bringing his two Yorkshire Terriers — Boo and Pistol — into the country-slash-continent, which allowed him to violate the law that requires all foreign pets to be quarantined.
So how did the government official respond? By giving the 52-year-old two days to have his pups hightail it out of there or they would have to be put down!
Now, his wife is speaking out about her disappointment in the Aussie politician on the country's morning show Sunshine.