Johnny Depp's wife Amber Heard dodged a dog-smuggling conviction and a possible 10 years doing jail time in Australia on Monday.
Heard pleaded guilty to falsifying immigration documents in order to bring their dogs, Pistol and Boo, into Australia from the US in April 2015.
One of the court's conditions was that the pair release a video message in which they apologise for breaking bio-security laws.
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The yearlong saga has been dubbed Australia's "War on Terrier" and the case surrounding the pet Yorkshire terriers has caused quite a stir on social media.
Soon after its release, Twitter users mocked the video - they're calling it Depp's biggest release since the first 'Pirates of the Caribbean' installment.#DeppDogs vid responses
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