Amy Fisher is an American author, television personality, and convicted criminal best known for her involvement in the 1992 “Long Island Lolita” affair. Born on August 21, 1974, she gained notoriety for shooting Mary Jo Buttafuoco, the wife of her lover Joey Buttafuoco. She was paroled in 1999 and since then she has become an advocate for victims of domestic violence and has written several books.
Amy Fisher: Biography
Amy Fisher was born on August 21, 1974, in Merrick, New York, to Roseann and Elliot Fisher. She has two sisters, Mandy and Jacqueline, and a brother, Scott. She grew up in Wantagh, New York, and attended Kennedy High School. After graduating, she studied cosmetology and opened her own business.
Fisher is best known for her involvement in the 1992 “Long Island Lolita” affair. She became involved with Joey Buttafuoco, a married man, and when his wife, Mary Jo Buttafuoco, discovered the affair, Fisher shot her in the face. She was arrested and convicted of first-degree assault and served seven years in prison.
Amy Fisher: Education & Career
Fisher attended Kennedy High School in Wantagh, New York. After graduating, she studied cosmetology and opened her own business. She has also appeared in several television shows, including Celebrity Boxing, The Howard Stern Show, and Celebrity Wife Swap. Additionally, she has written several books, including If I Knew Then, Amy Fisher: My Story, and Amy Fisher: My Story.
Amy Fisher: Personal Life
Fisher married Louis Bellera in 2003 and the couple had three children before divorcing in 2016. She is currently in a relationship with Joey Buttafuoco, the man with whom she had an affair before shooting his wife.
Fisher is an advocate for victims of domestic violence and works with various organizations to raise awareness of the issue. She also speaks publicly about her experience and has written several books about it.
Amy Fisher is a controversial figure in American culture but is also an advocate for victims of domestic violence. She has written several books about her experience and works with various organizations to raise awareness of the issue. Despite her notoriety, she continues to speak publicly about her experiences and work to make a difference in the world.