The actor smuggled the dogs into the country without declaring them to quarantine. Now he has two days to send them back, or else.

Stars: they're just like us. All they want to do is live a normal life and do normal stuff like bring their dogs to work. The only difference is that they have the resources to charter a private jet so they can smuggle their pets to an island nation across the world, breaking local laws designed to prevent a disease outbreak. Also, once they're caught they expect to get away with it, just because they're famous. Other than that, they're like us.

Johnny Depp is in hot water right now with the government of Australia. He's there filming the next Pirates of the Caribbean movie (yeah, another one) on the beautiful Gold Coast. He even rented a multi-million dollar mansion to stay in until photography is completed. The problem with multi-million dollar mansions, though, is they feel so empty sometimes. That's when you need to fly in your dogs from 7,000 miles away.

Sources: ABC