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Why: In the 11 Points list of "11 Literary References People Make without Realizing It"
- Fisher was charged with first-degree attempted murder, but pleaded guilty to one count of assault in the first degree. In December 1992, she was sentenced to 5–15 years in prison.
- In 1999, after she served 7 years in prison, the Nassau County District Attorney consented to vacating Fisher's original plea bargain for a new plea with a 3–10 year sentence, ensuring her immediate release on parole.
- After her release from prison, Fisher became a columnist for the Long Island Press. In 2004, she published a book about her experiences, entitled If I Knew Then.
- In 2003, she married Louis Bellera, with whom she has 3 children.
- In October 2007, the New York Post published allegations that Lou Bellera sold a sex tape of the couple to Red Light District Video.
- On October 31, nude pictures of Fisher from the video were posted at various Internet sites, and on November 1, 2007, a teaser clip was released, showing a nude Fisher showering and sunbathing. Of note were a tattoo surrounding her navel, a breast augmentation, and unusual and explicit dirty talk.
- Clips of the video were frequently played on The Howard Stern Show. On March 6, Fisher was a guest on the show, and one topic of discussion was meant to be her video. After the first phone call was from Mary Jo's daughter Jessica, however, Fisher left the show 6 minutes into her interview.
- On January 12, 2009, Fisher released a pay-per-view adult film titled "Amy Fisher: Totally Nude & Exposed." She also started her own porn site, where she limits herself to girl-on-girl scenes because her husband would be uncomfortable with her doing scenes with men.
- Fisher signed a deal to become a stripper doing club shows at least once a month.
The More You Know: On May 13, 2007 the New York Post reported that Amy Fisher had left her husband and Joey Buttafuoco left his girlfriend, and they were reportedly going on a date near Central Park to either reconcile or pitch an idea where they would cohabitate for a reality series. Many similar articles ran in The Post in a lead-up to a possible reality series, but neither Joey nor Amy were quoted confirming their supposed romantic reconciliation.
Joey's second wife Evanka withdrew her divorce petition on June 22, 2007, in an apparent reconciliation. Bummerrrrr.