Hollywood film star Johnny Depp and his wife Amber Heard have apologised for illegally taking two dogs into Australia.
In court on Monday, Ms Heard pleaded guilty to making a false statement on her immigration card about the couple's Yorkshire terriers.
She was handed a one-month good behaviour bond with no conviction recorded. If she breaks the bond she must pay A$1,000 (£540).
Two illegal importation charges against her were dropped earlier.
These carried a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail or fines of up to A$265,000.
Ms Heard and Mr Depp both attended Southport Magistrate's Court in Queensland state, amid a media scrum.
Her guilty plea meant Mr Depp was excused from giving evidence to the court.
A video was also shown in court, and made public by the Department of Agriculture, in which the couple expressed remorse and advised travellers to respect Australian laws.