Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's Bizarre Video Apology Gets 'Em Off Hook in Dog Case
Johnny Depp & Amber Heard Bizarre Video Apology Gets 'Em Off the Hook in Dog Case
4/18/2016 6:29 AM PT
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard ended Australia's "war on terrier" by striking a plea deal that required them to record an awesomely awkward video apology.
Depp's wife pled guilty to falsifying immigration docs when they brought their 2 dogs into Aussie land last year. She failed to declare them which violated the country's strict quarantine laws.
Johnny and Amber appeared in a Sydney court Monday morning to enter her plea and submit a videotaped apology. Prosecutors dropped other charges, including illegal importation -- she could've gotten 10 years in prison for that one.
The best part of the deal though is their apology. We won't say it looks like a hostage situation, but ... it looks like a hostage situation.