Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher returns to N.Y.
Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher has returned home 25 years after firing a bullet into her sleazy paramour’s wife’s face. (TWITTER/PHOTO)
Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher has made her triumphant return home 25 years after firing a bullet into her sleazy paramour’s wife’s face.
She was just 16 at the time with a ferocious sexual hunger that targeted much older men.
The story became manna from heaven for New York’s rough and tumble tabloids.
Fisher’s paramour was named Joey Buttafuoco, 35, and in suburban Long Island they carried on their torrid affair with romps on his speed boat, named Double Trouble.
But then it all went off the rails on May 19, 1992 when Fisher shot Mary Jo Buttafuoco in the face with a .25 calibre handgun.
Prior to the shooting Fisher had sex with a potential hitman to convince him to kill.
After a jolt in prison - where her lesbian antics with fellow inmates made headlines - and a plunge into the world of pornography, she claims her notoriety chased her out of Florida.
“My kids were ostracized in Florida. They had no friends. All the mothers thought their kids would get the Amy Fisher gene if they hung out with them,” Fisher told the New York Post. “Things got so bad for my (eldest) son, the school psychologist even suggested he drop out and get his GED.”
After she was sprung from prison, Fisher married a former cop, then worked as a stripper and finally, a porn star. She starred in Amy Fisher With Love, Deep Inside Amy Fisher and My Wife’s Hot Friend 10.
But this time the one-time venomous vixen says things are going to be different. And she told the Post that she rejected TV offers for an anniversary special.
“It’s just not worth it,” she said. “I want a private life. My life has already been ruined.”
She added: “(Mary Jo) really is a wonderful lady and I was just a stupid kid.”