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Amy, in return, shared intimate details of her life to him.The relationship was going strong, but other areas of Amy’s life were beginning to unravel.At age 16, Amy Fisher began an affair with auto-mechanic Joey Buttafuoco.On May 19, 1992, Fisher shot Buttafuoco's wife, Mary Jo, in the head but she survived the attack.Her faith in people remained such that she publicly forgave Fisher and expressed disappointment that the troubled teen had gone on to work in the porn industry.Fisher has offered less concern for the woman she permanently scarred."I feel no sympathy for Mary Jo the multimillionaire,” she told a reporter in 2008.Tabloids seized on the story, dubbing Fisher the “Long Island Lolita” and Joey the “Heartthrob of Sleaze.” Mary Jo found herself stalked by paparazzi hoping to get their own shot at her.One photographer, from the New York camped out in front of the Buttafuoco home round-the-clock, according to TIME, in hopes “that the victimized wife, home from the hospital, would come out onto the deck for a moment of sunshine — and an unintended photo opportunity.”The woman whom TIME called “tenaciously patient wife Mary Jo” stood by her man again in 1995, when he was arrested for soliciting sex from an undercover cop in Los Angeles.
This would be the first in a string of brushes with the law for Joey Buttafuoco.
In May 1991, at the age of 16, Fisher met Joey Buttafuoco at his auto shop and they soon started a sexual affair.
In August of 1991, while still carrying on the affair, Fisher told Buttafuoco she needed money, and he suggested she begin work at an escort agency.
Fisher was arrested for the crime and served seven years in prison.
After release, Fisher became a columnist for the Author, criminal and infamous personality Amy Elizabeth Fisher was born in Merrick, New York, on August 21, 1974, to an Italian American mother and Jewish American father.