The court trial date for American actress Amber Heard has been set to April 18, 2016 in Queensland, Australia. Amber found herself in trouble with the law when she was accused of flying her two dogs Yorkshire Terriers in Queensland on a private jet without the Australian government agency, the Australian Customs Service order. The Australian customs services are the government agencies who are responsible for the duties, taxes and border protection of the country The charge has been taken seriously, as the 29 year actress has been charged with not one but two counts of importing a product into the Quarantine Act breach. Whether the actress likes it or not, she will have to appear in court.
After breaking the law, Heard has made it clear that she won’t be returning to Australia ever again. Making it obvious that she was shaken up by what happened. Of course, she respects the Australia Laws and is looking forward to appearing in court and finally looking forward to moving on with her life once it all ends. According to sources a number of 12 witnesses will be giving evidence, their identities being kept a secret for their safety. According to the Australian laws, when dogs are brought in Australia from another country, they have to spend at least ten days in quarantine, in order for the diseases to be kept at bay. Johnny Deep’s wife who is ready to fight the charges, could end up facing a few years in jail for breaking the law.
But hey, everyone deserves a second chance, right? I am sure she has learned her lesson after making a terrible mistake.