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Amy Fisher

‘Long Island Lolita’ Amy Fisher making home-made PORN videos? 

Amy Fisher, who famously shot her married boyfriend’s 35-year-old wife in 1992 when she was just a teenager, is reportedly making porn videos for cash from her Long Island home, where she lives with two children.

The New York Post reports that Fisher, 42, initially insisted that someone was impersonating her online while performing “peep shows” for money. A few days later, she was allegedly caught using sex toys while streaming herself on a webcam while inside her bedroom. She apparently wanted viewers to pay for watching her. She tried to convince them to participate.

“Come on, guys, talk dirty to me. Tell me what you want me to do. I’m all alone here, you guys need to tell me what to do.”

Fisher lives in the Long Island home with her 8-year-old son, 12-year-old daughter, and her mother.

The Post reports that they watched Fisher while she performed on webcam and obtained a “$10-a-minute private chat” with her, in which she said that anyone can stay as long as they want, as long as they pay.

“This is what I do. This is a sex show. You can stay here as long as you want, you’re paying. I love it.”

Fisher offers her “services” on weekdays from  9 a.m. to noon. She wouldn’t say whether she was using her infamous name to attract customers, but her profile was tagged as “celebrity” at least nine different times. When asked whether she was the famous Fisher from the 1992 Mary Jo Buttafuoco shooting, she claimed she just used the name “Amy Fisher” but that she was not the actual person.

She later told Lori Rothschild Ansaldi, of Tent City Productions, that she was indeed Amy Fisher and she was doing sex shows in her home to make money.

“We had about a 15-minute conversation. She even mentioned her mom, that her mom is there with the kids and, ‘This is what I have to do to make money,’ ” said Rothschild.

The infamous “Long Island Lolita” recently moved back to New York after living several years in Florida. She claimed that her children were being shunned because of her past.

[Feature Photo: AP/Richard Drew]