‘People shot at me all the time’: Joey Buttafuoco opens up about the aftermath of his 1991 ‘Long Island Lolita affair’ and how he had to repeatedly dodge bullets fired into his auto shop
Buttafuoco, 59 became national celebrity after mistress Amy Fisher, who he had begun sleeping with at age 16, shot his wife Mary Jo
Fisher was convicted in 1992 and served seven years in prison, before getting out and eventually becoming a porn star
Mary Jo stayed with husband after surviving attack with a bullet in her brain, though the pair divorced in 2003
Long Island man remarried in 2005 to Croatian-born Evanka, who he also met at his auto shop
Joey Buttafuoco, 59, an auto shop owner, gave an interview to Crime Watch Daily [To air Tuesday, Wednesday] with his second wife Evanka Buttafuoco, 53, and discussed how his life has changed since the ‘Long Island Lolita’ saga.