Amber Heard's lawyer has scored a second adjournment as the actress continues to fight allegations she skipped quarantine protocol when she brought her dogs into Australia earlier this year.
The Rum Diary star, 29, has been charged with two counts of illegal importation and one of producing a false document for flying Down Under with her two pet Yorkshire terriers to see her husband Johnny Depp as he was filming the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie in May.
The “Rum Diary” dame shares what it’s like playing stepmom to husband Johnny Depp’s teenage children- "[It's] an honor and the greatest, most surprising gift I have ever received in my life ... I feel new flavors that I didn't know existed. New colors that I didn't know existed have been added to my life. I'm so happy."
Enjoying a little time across the pond, Johnny Depp brought his lovely wife Amber Heard to the UK premiere of “Black Mass” at London’s Odeon Leicester Square on Sunday evening (October 11) as part of the London Film Festival.
While chatting with the BBC, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” hunk discussed the whole idea of accolades in the film industry and why he’s not keen on winning an Oscar.
She’s in hot water with the agriculture minister in Australia, and this week Amber Heard was formally charged for transporting her Yorkshire terrier puppies into the land down under without proper permits.
The “Rum Diary” babe was summoned on Wednesday (July 15) regarding Pistol and Boo, the dogs she shares with husband Johnny Depp. She received two counts of illegally importing animals and one count of producing an unspecified false document.
She’s drop-dead gorgeous and full of talent so it’s no wonder ELLE chose Amber Heard to front their July 2015 issue.
The “Magic Mike XXL” stunner told the magazine that she’s tired of Hollywood’s tendency toward minimizing female actresses- “I get a stack of scripts, like, once a month, and most of the time, you find these placeholder girls that are there to provide a bounce for the male character. So we know he’s funny because she’s serious and she’s mad at him. We know he’s strong because she needs saving. So really her job is to validate this personality trait of our hero or male. I mean we’re trying to imitate life, and it seems to me a deeply saddening injustice that we are so uncreative and uninterested in developing representations of female life.”