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Johnny Depp And Amber Heard's "Apology" Looks Like A Hostage Video
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard recently flew to Australia to stand trial for bringing their two dogs Pistol and Boo, into Australia without declaring them. This is a situation that doesn't seem like a big deal to most, but apparently has caused an uproar in the Australian Government.
A shocking video surfaced this week, featuring the two actors giving some kind of half-baked, forced, hostage-like apology while simultaneously "educating" the masses about Australian Biosecurity.
The video above shows a visibly pissed off Depp and Heard talking about some kind of protective measures for the delicate environments of Australia. I can respect that, but this looks just...strange. Suspect even.
These two are some of the best actors in the world, and even their craft can't protect them from looking extremely upset and contemptuous in this video.
It makes you wonder, what this apology cost them, either morally or monetarily. CNN reported that Heard was spared a conviction over the dog-smuggling saga by an Australian court Monday afternoon. She pleaded guilty to knowingly producing a false or misleading document, while two other charges of illegally importing her dogs were dismissed.
The Australian government threatened to euthanize the dogs unless the Depps returned to California.

What do you guys think of this case?

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@BeannachtOraibh I saw this! Thought it was funny
2 years ago·Reply
That's his wife? I thought she's his daughter! @_____@
2 years ago·Reply
@Animaniafreak yeah, she's like, 26 ish I think? They met filming The Rum Diary.
2 years ago·Reply
i think the australian government needs a chill pill and johnny was kind of obviously making it look like bad acting as a sarcastic way of saying, "im an actor and this is an act because im not sorry at all that you are so uptight that you want to kill an innocent animal for something we did. you should be appologizing to my dog." thats what i think.
a year ago·Reply
im sure they felt bad for the potentially fatal situation they put the dog in, or at least, i think johhny did but i still think the australians were real A-holes about it.
a year ago·Reply
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