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Tuesday, January 24

Real Life Fatal Attraction Redux

Oy vay. The Long Island Lolita has agreed to meet the Buttafuoco's on national television. Didn't they have like three network movies made of their lives? Newsday doesn't mention that Amy Fisher has undergone surgery to make her look different so she wouldn't have to deal with gawkers and would be able to get on with her life. She was also a popular columnist at the Long Island Press up until recently. I can't understand why she'd want to reveal her new look.

Joey, whom Long Islanders were happy to see move to California, intends to ask Amy why she shot his wife, Mary Jo. He says he never found out why. He didn't watch the movies made about it? I didn't watch them, but I assumed why she did it considering it was in the news every freaking minute around here. You fuck a 16 year old and you pay the price, asshole. He's apparently turned to a life of crime since the ordeal.

Amy just wants the world to see how she has moved on and healed. How nice. Mary Jo, now engaged, must need the money. I can't imagine that she is all that healed considering she is still partially paralyzed. The television industry must need, as my co-blogger Anntichrist S. Coulter would say, more mouth breathing viewers.

Joey Buttafuoco, who has remarried, was sentenced in March 2004 to a year in jail and five years probation after pleading guilty to felony insurance fraud. In August, he pleaded not guilty to charges that he violated probation by possessing ammunition.

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