NEW YORK – "Long Island Lolita" Amy Fisher says she feels "no sympathy" for Mary Jo Buttafuoco, the woman she shot as a teenager when she was sleeping with her husband — even though she still has the bullet in her brain.
"Mary Jo is a nonentity. People are angry at me because I'm a millionaire. But guess what? So is Mary Jo! She made more millions off of what I did than what I made," Fisher says in an interview with Chaunce Hayden in this week's Steppin' Out magazine.
As a teenager, Fisher was sent to prison for seven years for shooting Buttafuoco, the wife of her former lover, Joey Buttafuoco. Buttafuoco, twice her age, served time for statutory rape for having sex with a 16-year-old.
"I feel no sympathy for Mary Jo the multimillionaire! The fact that Mary Jo has a bullet in her head means nothing! I still have silicone in my boobs, and you don't hear me complaining. She can't feel her bullet, and I can't feel my silicone."
Fisher's remarks come just one month after the soon-to-be-remarried Mary Jo blasted her on a Web radio show for releasing a hardcore porn video.
"She's no Jenna Jameson, she's just a porn star ... She tried to kill somebody, and now [she's] making money off it," said Mary Jo, who's writing a tell-all about her ordeal.
In response, Fisher tells Hayden: "She's trying to shop and peddle her wedding for money and she's trying to sell a book, OK?"
Fisher now admits she recently lied about Joey being her boyfriend again just to get a reality TV show and to "p--- Mary Jo off. I know how to use the TV shows. They want ratings. It's all a business, and they made millions off of me."
But Fisher claims she and Joey did have sex not too long ago.
"But having sex with Joey wasn't that great 17 years later. I was like, 'Ewwwww.' It wasn't good at all," she tells Hayden. "When he was the older man 17 years ago, he was just 33 years old. But now he's 50 ... He didn't take care of himself at all. He's got man boobs. So I quickly got sick of having sex with him. Our recent fling only lasted for a week."
In January, Fisher joined her husband in trying to market a sex tape.
Fisher said her husband, Louis Bellera, sold the sex tape to Red Light District video of Los Angeles in August when he and Fisher were divorcing. They have since reconciled, and Fisher said she took a six-figure payout rather than fight to have the video pulled from the Internet.
Fisher, 33, has written two books and worked as a columnist for the Long Island Press. She has a 6-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter.