could be facing jail time over his decision to illegally bring his two dogs
into Australia. An Australian Senate committee was told on Monday that if the matter goes to court and the Pirates of the Caribbean
star is found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in jail or a maximum fine of $265,000.
The Department of Agriculture is working to determine how exactly the dogs entered the country, but is "unable to comment on an ongoing investigation," the department said in a statement to WHO