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Amy Fisher: My Kids Are My Life But Porn Is My Business

Amy Fisher: My Kids Are My Life But Porn Is My Business

Amy Fisher: My Kids Are My Life But Porn Is My Business

Sixteen years after she shot her lover Joey Buttafuoco’s wife, Mary Jo, in the head with a .25-caliber semiautomatic pistol, the Long Island Lolita is making headlines again. Amy Fisher, now 34, recently launched a career as a Pay-Per-View porn star and an exotic dancer, performing at strip clubs along the East Coast. Amy, who is married to her agent, Lou Bellera, 56, and has three children, Brett, 8, Ava, 4, and a 3-month-old boy, spoke exclusively to In Touch about her controversial new career and how she’s changed after spending seven years in prison for assaulting Mary Jo. “I’ve been through so much,” Amy says. “It’s time to have fun in my life.”

Why did you decide to get into porn?

I’m doing it for me, to have a good time. As long as you don’t mind taking your clothes off, it’s great.

How do you reconcile doing porn with raising kids?

Whatever I do in my private life is my private life. When I come home at night, I have my family. The kids are my whole life — this is my business. I give 100 percent to my kids and husband.

You gave birth three months ago. How did you get back in shape?

I work out two to three hours a day. I do a half-hour of cardio and weights for the rest of the time. My body looks great — I look phenomenal.

Do you think the public will ever change their perception of you?

I’m the Long Island Lolita who has always been known for a sex scandal. I’m not a criminal. I did something stupid in high school. I’m an adult now and I grew up. I think people are sick of hearing about it. It’s been [almost] 20 years – I’ve moved on.














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