Holtsville's Amy Fisher Turning to Porn

Jul 30, 2010 Full story: Sachem Patch

Holtsville's own Amy Fisher is making a splash yet again. Affectionately known as the "Long Island Lolita," Fisher, 35 and a resident of the Summerfield neighborhood located off North Ocean Avenue, has launched her own adult film production company and is teaming with Dreamzone Entertainment to star and produce in her own films.

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Did-Didnt do it

South Plainfield, NJ

#1 Aug 2, 2010
I'd foul her w/ my man goo
Mikey

Davenport, FL

#2 Jun 2, 2011
Skeet skeet skeet

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