She was married to her husband for nearly 12 years and has three kids with him.
She made headlines in the year 1991 with her affair and became a part of controversy when she shot and nearly killed her lover's wife.
As of Jan, 2009, she released a pay-per-view adult film titled Amy Fisher: Totally Nude & Exposed and later signed a deal with Lee Entertainment to become a stripper doing club shows.
She was born Italian-American mother, Roseann Fisher and Jewish father Elliot Fisher. Till now she has been married only once but unfortunately her married life didn't last long.
Amy Dwells on Getting Rid of Mary Jo: Amy began dating Paul Makely, a co-owner of a local gym. Allegedly, Joey wasn't bothered by her being a prostitute, but he did get upset when he found out she was having a relationship with Makely.
Then, at age 13, a man hired to work at her home raped her.she's kind of a waste," Buttafuoco told Oz, noting that the now 43-year-old Fisher "hasn't made good choices" since she shot Buttafuoco, when she was 17, even after getting out of prison for the assault in 1999 after a seven-year stint, per .However, Buttafuoco adds she's since forgiven Fisher because she can't carry around "this anger and this bitterness." Buttafuoco also discussed the facial surgery she had earlier this year to fix the damage Fisher's bullet wrought. I smiled and I went, ' I see my teeth,'" she said.Joey Buttafuoco, 59, an auto shop owner, gave an interview to Crime Watch Daily [To air Tuesday, Wednesday] with his second wife Evanka Buttafuoco, 53, and discussed how his life has changed since the 'Long Island Lolita' saga.The case started when 16-year-old Amy Fisher came into his shop in Nassau County in July 1991, beginning a chain of events that would eventually see her serve seven years in prison for shooting Mary Jo Buttafuoco, 37 at the time, ten months later.– It's been a quarter of a century since Amy Fisher (aka "the Long Island Lolita") showed up on the doorstep of Mary Jo Buttafuoco, and shot the wife of her lover Joey Buttafuoco in the face.This week, the 62-year-old Buttafuoco, who survived the 1992 attack, spoke to Dr.She also began dwelling on how to get rid of Mary Jo, who she viewed as the biggest risk to her relationship with Joey.The Decision to Kill Mary Jo: On May 13, 1992, almost a year from the first time she met Joey, Amy decided, once and for all, to get rid of Mary Jo.She was jealous of Mary Jo, and wanted her out of the picture. Unable to cope with the break up, she cut her wrists, but the cuts were superficial.In frustration, she decided to give Joey an ultimatum - her or his wife. After the suicide attempt, Amy decided to try to get back to her normal life.