Barnaby Joyce makes big phone call from Amber Heard as actress investigates perjury claims

Former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce didn’t mince words when he called for Amber Heard to be imprisoned in Australia amid charges of perjury.

Joyce spoke to sunrise hosts Natalie Barr and Michael Usher on Thursday amid reports that the FBI is helping the government to investigate whether actress Heard lied in a Queensland court in 2016.

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The charges of perjury relate to court proceedings that arose from Heard’s 2015 visit to Australia with Johnny Depp when Heard violated strict quarantine laws by not declaring the couple’s two dogs, Pistol and Boo. Law & Crime Network reports.

The story made international headlines after Heard was accused of illegally importing the dogs into the country.

She was fined after pleading guilty to the lesser charge of falsifying travel documents and then, along with Depp, was forced to record an awkward apology video.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in an apology video after the Pistol and Boo incident. Credit: 7NEWS

However, during Depp’s defamation lawsuit in 2020 against The sun in the United Kingdom his former estate manager Kevin Murphy said he repeatedly told Heard the dogs would not be allowed into Australia because the proper paperwork had not been completed.

He also testified that Heard wanted him to ask her former assistant, Kate James, to take the blame for not arranging necessary paperwork.

“It now appears that Miss Heard allegedly failed to tell the truth and it is perjury,” Joyce said sunrise.

He then referred to a recent British order to extradite WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to the US to be prosecuted for publishing classified documents.

“If they want Julian Assange then we’ll take Amber and possibly Johnny and then they can come over to Australia and spend some time when it suits them,” Joyce said.

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce didn’t mince words when he called for Amber Heard to be imprisoned in Australia amid charges of perjury. Credit: sunrise
Amber heard. Credit: Instagram

The politician also appeared to be responding to suggestions that the possibility of Heard being extradited to Australia to press charges was highly unlikely.

“It really annoys me… when they say they wouldn’t extradite them if they committed perjury,” Joyce said.

“Well, they have compromised our biosecurity. If they say things like, “Ah, we’d never do that for this,” what would you do it for? They have broken the law.”

Barnaby Joyce threatened to euthanize Pistol and Boo. Credit: 7NEWS

Nat Barr asked Joyce, “What could be happening here?”

“Well, it’s up to the Americans. I suppose the US wants to show its purity,” Joyce said.

“They insist on getting Julian Assange, so it’s fair enough that anyone who has committed perjury, committed a crime in Australia, should go back to Australia to serve their time because we need to be honest and sincere with both these things. we do not?

“Let’s see how that goes.”

Joyce admitted he was gripped by the recent coverage of the Heard and Depp lawsuit in Virginia.

Amber Heard with her new dog, Barnaby Joyce. Credit: 7NEWS

“It was bizarre, but we look at them and they make millions of dollars, but let’s see what happens,” he said.

“They should get a sequel. Maybe we can get a sequel if we get them back in court.”

Aquarius actress Heard has clearly don’t forget about the drama involving Pistol and Boo — and she certainly hasn’t forgotten the Australian government’s threat to euthanize her pets.

Late last year – six years after the incident – she announced on social media that she had a new dog named Barnaby.

During his sunrise interview, the human Barnaby Joyce jokingly offered to take care of Barnaby the dog should the need arise.

“He’s safe with me,” he said.

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