The legal struggle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, who met on the set of The Rum Diary (2011), will not be resolved until next year, when the defamation action is heard in court.
In the midst of the court case squabbles, which saw Heard repeatedly ask for the claim to be dismissed, the actress is now being investigated in an FBI-backed inquiry for alleged perjury in a 2015 incident.
According to a new report, actress Amber Heard, best known for starring in director James Wan’s Aquaman (2018) and the upcoming sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2022), is being probed by Australian officials with the support of the FBI as they track down witnesses in the United States of America.
Back in 2015, Heard faced controversy when she brought her two dogs, Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo, into Australia without submitting the required paperwork for the correct entry into the country. Blaming her misstep on a lack of sleep and then issuing an apology, Heard avoided any biosecurity charges, and prison time, she could have faced.