Johnny Depp Could Face 10 Years In Jail For Bringing Dogs To Australia

Johnny Depp is in more hot water with the Australian government after sneaking his dogs into the country.

Depp broke the Australian law when he smuggled his Yorkshire Terriers, Pistol and Boo, onto a private jet and into the Land Down Under.

Depp eventually sent the dogs back to the United States.

However, he still faces up to 10 years in prison (or a very large fine) for violating the Australian regulations that require a dog owner to apply for a permit and quarantine his or her dogs for at least 10 days upon arrival.

In all likelihood, Depp will not be sent to an Australian prison, but it does seem as if the Aussie government is trying to make an example out of him.

Depp brought the dogs into the country to film the next installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise.

Citations: Johnny Depp could face up to 10 years in prison for dog smuggling (USA Today)