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Johnny Depp may face perjury charges
    2017-June-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AUSTRALIA’S deputy prime minister has threatened U.S. actor Johnny Depp with perjury charges in a new installment of the “war on terrier.”

The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star and then-wife Amber Heard failed to declare their dogs to Australian customs after arriving by private jet in 2015.

But legal documents filed in a U.S. court allegedly show Depp was “fully aware” he was breaking Australian laws.

His former business managers, The Management Group (TMG), claimed the actor had “pressured one of his long-term employees to ‘take the fall’,” in papers obtained by People.

Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce subsequently hinted that the government may reinvestigate Depp.

“We’re an island continent and we take biosecurity very seriously and it doesn’t matter if you think that you’re Mr. Who’s Who of Hollywood, you’re going to obey our laws.”

Last year, Heard pleaded guilty to falsifying her immigration papers and was placed on a 1,000 Australian dollars (US$759) one-month good behavior bond.(SD-Agencies)

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