Scandal Made Me Famous: Amy Fisher
Amy Fisher has an affair with thirty-five year-old Joey
Buttafuoco, the owner of a Long Island New York auto body shop. JOEY>>Hey, you good a
keeping secrets, Amy? STEVE HELLING>>Amy and Joey,
were playing a very dangerous game, but Joey was an adult.
He should have known better. AMY>>I’m not so young you know. FRED KLEIN>>She was clearly
infatuated with him, but also, I mean, he was taking
all sorts of risks. AMY>>Joey, is this your wife? NARRATOR>>And when their
relationship cools down. JOEY>>Why don’t you get
out of here for a while. NARRATOR>>the love struck
young girl becomes desperate. AMY>>You said you
were gonna leave her. JOEY>>We got kids. NARRATOR>>and focuses
her scorn on her lover’s
unsuspecting wife. AMY>>I want a gun, Peter. PETER GUAGENTI>>You want a gun? AMY>>Yeah, a gun.
Can you get it for me? MARY JO BUTTAFUOCO>>The aim was
to kill me. I just didn’t die NARRATOR>>An investigation
will uncover a torrid game of jealousy, sex, teenage
prostitution, adultery, betrayal, and a loaded gun. And
what jaw-dropping revelations would emerge about the girl the
tabloids would soon proclaim, “The Long Island Lolita”? ERIC NAIBURG>>The media was
all over it. The cameras were all over it. The reporters
were all over it. LARRY KING>>He had the wife and
she was going to kill the wife. The eternal triangle
and all that. AMY PAGNOZZI>>All these
different headlines and it just. The story did not go away. NARRATOR>>Meet Amy Fisher.
Just another high school teen with a crush…until
Scandal Made Her Famous.