- Los Angeles TimesMay 26 06:49 PM
Johnny Depp still seems to be dogged by his "very serious" quarantine case in Australia despite sending his pups back to the U.S. after a customs flap this month.
- Rappler.comMay 27 06:55 AM
SYDNEY, Australia – Johnny Depp found the "war on terrier" storm over his pet dogs Pistol and Boo being turfed out of Australia "quite humorous", his friend Mick Doohan said Wednesday, May 27. ( READ: Johnny Depp's dogs fly home after quarantine issue ) But the five-time motorcycle racing world champion, in whose mansion Depp stays while on Australia's Gold Coast, also warned that the attention...
- The GuardianMay 27 09:57 PM
Minister asks Australian broadcast watchdog to bypass normal process and investigate radio host for insulting him on air over the deportation of Depp’s dogs The federal agriculture minister, Barnaby Joyce, has asked the broadcast watchdog to investigate outspoken radio host Kyle Sandilands for calling him a “wanker” and other insults on air. But the Australian Communications and Media Authority...
- BigPond NewsMay 28 02:48 AM
Johnny Depp could face jail time after allegedly smuggling his pet terriers into the country.
Johnny Depp's Daughter, Lily-Rose, Celebrates Her ''Sour Sixteen'' With Family and Friends—See the Pics!E! OnlineMay 28 07:45 PM
They just grow up way too fast. Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis' daughter, Lily-Rose, recently celebrated her sweet sixteen, er, sorry, her "sour sixteen" (as she called it)...
- Malaysian DigestMay 27 06:12 PM
Pelakon versatil Johnny Depp bakal berhadapan hukuman berat oleh kerajaan Australia selepas didapati bersalah menyeludup dua ekor anjing jenis Yorkshire Terrier sewaktu tiba di negara itu.
- Business RecorderMay 28 12:22 AM
Hollywood actor Johnny Depp might face 10 years of jail sentence for illegally bringing his dog to Australia.
- SNAP.PA via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsMay 26 01:59 AM
There is still p-uproar over the actor’s decision to bring in his Yorkshire terriers Down Under.
- Straits TimesMay 27 01:01 AM
May 27, 2015 3:34 PM SYDNEY (AFP) - Johnny Depp found the "war on terrier" storm over his pet dogs Pistol and Boo being turfed out of Australia "quite humorous", his friend Mick Doohan said on Wednesday.
- Entertainment WeeklyMay 26 09:34 AM
Johnny Depp could face up to 10 years in prison for illegally bringing his dogs into Australia. According to People ,Â an Australian Senate committee was told Monday the actor could face jail time or a maximum fine of $265,000 if the case ends up going to court.Â The actor, who visited...
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