Actress Amber Heard has been summoned to appear at a Queensland court in September, charged with smuggling her two dogs into Australia in May.
If found guilty, Heard could face up to ten years in prison, or have to pay fines of up to $300,000 AUD.
At the time, Australian agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce made international headlines when he told the dogs to "bugger off back to the United States" and threatened to euthanise them if they stayed.
In an interview with ET in June, Heard confirmed her dogs were happy and safe on American soil.
It's yet to be seen whether Pistol will accompany Amber Heard on her trip to Southport Magistrates Court on September 7.
Alexandra Lee is a politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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