Transcript for Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Reportedly Divorcing
We move on to new reports about Johnny Depp and amber heard calling it quits after 15 months of marriage, the two, of course, made headlines for their battle with Australia over their dogs and ABC's David Wright has the latest on this new trouble. Reporter: This morning the Hollywood couple who fought so hard to save their yorkshire terriers pistol and boo. Australia is a wonderful island with a treasure trove of unique plants, animals and people. It has to be protected. Reporter: Johnny Depp and amber heard are now splitting up. Citing irreconcilable differences. Want a little bet. Reporter: They set on "The rum diary" back in 2009 eloping in 2012. There were rumors basically from the day that they got married that they were getting divorced. Reporter: Now the big question who will get custody of the dogs? I understand everything. Except that wig. Reporter: The couple famously got into trouble last year for smuggling the dogs into Australia where Depp was busy filming the latest installment of "Pirates of the caribbean." Take his dogs back to California or we're going to have to euthanize them. Reporter: The two ended up issuing a grudging apology as part of a plea deal. I am truly sorry that pistol and boo were not declared. Protecting Australia is important. Declare everything when you enter Australia. Reporter: Then this past week Depp couldn't let sleeping dogs lie poking fun at the Australian official on jimmy Kimmel. He looks somehowike inbred with a tomato. Referring to Johnny Depp's Hannibal lecter. I'm inside his head. Reporter: The battle over the dogs put pressure on the couple is the rumor. That's a pretty intense thing to happen just a couple of months into your marriage like, yeah, it was about bringing their dogs into the country, but she could have gone to jail. Reporter: Dogs are now safe but the couple is finished. For "Good morning America," David Wright, ABC news, new York.
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