“Long Island Lolita” Now South Florida Homeowner
And that’s how Amy Fisher, aka “The Long Island Lolita,” wound up earning reams of tabloid ink. Following the 1992 incident, Fisher served seven years in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated assault for shooting Mary Jo Buttafuoco.
According to property records, Fisher/Bellers closed on the 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom house in March for a purchase price of $575,000. That was well off the original list price of $1.1 million in 2009.
The house is just a shade over 4,000 square feet and comes with a gourmet kitchen and a pretty nice pool with views of an inland lake, which the new owner can enjoy when she isn’t hustling to make some more cash on her good looks and reputation.