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Amy Fisher to promote sex tape with husband

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  • Amy Fisher says her husband sold the tape during a rocky period in their relationship
  • Fisher: "I know he's very sorry"
  • Settlement includes undisclosed sum of money, promotional appearance
  • Fisher gained notoriety in 1992 as New York's "Long Island Lolita"
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NEW YORK (CNN) -- More than a decade after gaining notoriety as New York's "Long Island Lolita," Amy Fisher has settled with a Los Angeles, California, production company regarding the release and distribution of a sex tape featuring her and her husband.

"It does exist, people are looking at it, so I agreed to -- not endorse it -- but [I] will discuss it," Fisher said at a news conference Friday.

Under the terms of the settlement with the Red Light District production company, Fisher agreed to an undisclosed sum of money and a promotional appearance at a New York City nightclub.

She described how her husband, Louis Bellera, sold the sex tape during an acrimonious divorce, and she denied being involved in its initial release.

The couple has since reconciled.

"I love my husband and I've done a lot of things, too," Fisher said. "I know he's very sorry." Video Watch Fisher say she will hold her head high »

Fisher, 33, drew mass media attention as a teenager in 1992 when an affair with Joey Buttafuocco ended with her shooting his wife, leaving her paralyzed.


Fisher received a five- to 15-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to first degree assault for shooting Mary Jo Buttafuocco. She served seven years in a western New York prison.

Joey Buttafuocco, then a 38-year-old auto body shop owner, pleaded guilty to statutory rape and served six months in prison. E-mail to a friend E-mail to a friend

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