Amy Fisher, Jewish ‘Long Island Lolita,’ Returns Home After 25 Years
She’s back on the Island.
Amy Fisher, the ‘Long Island Lolita’ who infamously shot her lover’s wife, has reportedly moved back to her suburban stomping grounds 25 years later.
Now a 42-year-old divorced mother of three, Fisher said she just wants to live a private life near her family, the New York Post reports.
“I was isolated … away from the people we love. Here I have a big … family and they all accept me,” Fisher, who has since changed her name, told the Post. “My children have cousins they can play with.”
Fisher, whose father was Jewish, was 16 when she started dating Joey Buttafuoco. Things got out of hand and she shot his wife, Mary Jo, in the face in 1992.
After doing 6 years in prison, Fisher married another man and had three children. After stints in porn as as a stripper, she ended up divorced and lonely in Florida.
Her past trailed her even two decades later. The final straw came when a stalker tried to get near her home in a gated community.
“I was really scared,” she said. “I want me and my children to be safe. I don’t want any lunatics coming after me.”