Amber Heard & Johnny Depp Will ‘Avoid’ Australia As Much As Possible After Their Dog Fiasco!

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp aren't such big fans of Australia anymore!

After Johnny Depp and Amber Heard‘s dog drama Down Under, the actress is saying she and her husband are going to steer clear of Australia.

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.

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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.

She said:

“I have a feeling we’re going to avoid the land Down Under from now on, just as much as we can, thanks to certain politicians there. I don’t know, I guess everyone tries to go for their 15 minutes, including some government officials.”

The show’s hosts didn’t take too kindly to that!

Samantha Armytage commented on the 29-year-old’s interview, saying:

“That’s a bit disappointing. She should be more respectful of our quarantine laws.”

Her co-host, David Koch chimed in, as well, adding:

“Hollywood types. They think they’re a bit above the law.”

For those of you fretting about Johnny and Amber’s furry friends, they’re doing just fine. The couple was able to fly them home after Barnaby’s threat.

But, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor isn’t in the clear just yet! He could face ten years in prison if this whole ordeal is taken to court — if he were to lose, of course.

What do U think?? Are Amber and Johnny justified in wanting to stay away from Australia?

Or did the Aussies make the right call regarding the broken law?

SOUND OFF in the comments!

[Image via Kento Nara/Future Image/WENN.]

Jun 23, 2015 12:36pm PDT

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