Amy Fisher on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew on VH1
Yes, that Amy Fisher. The one who, as a teenager, shot Mary Jo Buttafuocco in the face hoping to kill her so she could have Mr. Joey Buttafuocco all to herself. Now, here we are, more than 20-years later, and Amy Fisher is still a complete trainwreck, a bad egg, a menace to society.
In this day and age where people seldom accept responsibility for their actions or blame “disorders” for their shortcomings, Amy Fisher is pulling out all the cards on Celebrity Rehab. The public’s obviously wretched perception of her bothers her and she seems to think that playing the victim will generate some sympathy. But not from Steven Adler, and certainly not from me.
Although he’s probably a little too vocal about it (which I LOVE) Steven Adler has let his dislike for Amy Fisher be known in the Celebrity Rehab house.
It started when Amy refused to acknowledge to her rehab peers that she has a problem. This offended Adler, who has long fought drug and alcohol addictions and has been taking his sobriety quite recently in recent times. To him, if someone doesn’t think they have a problem they shouldn’t be there (in rehab), because there is always someone else who wants to be there.
Two episodes ago Steven talked about his past mistakes and compared them with Amy’s. He remarked:
“It’s a lot of the same stuff she’s done, well, except shoot somebody in the head!”
I almost choked on my glass of water when he said it. I love Steven…
Steven has been taking stabs at Amy for shooting Mary Jo as well. He pulls no punches with her and lets it be known that he is disgusted by her past actions and her current refusal to accept responsibility for what happened. I think that’s where his real ire comes from. The fact that Amy Fisher has always blamed everyone else for the way her life was, and the way it has turned out. I doubt Steven Adler would be so vicious to Amy had she changed her life, admitted her mistakes, learned from them and lived her life as such. Instead, to this very day she blames the media for being hard on her, blames Joey Buttafuocco for the shooting, blames society for becoming a porn star.
After starting her own “adult-oriented” website two years ago, Amy bragged about loving sexual attention: ”I love to dance, and I’m an exhibitionist. I am going to take this road until my fans tell me, ‘Dear, please put your clothes back on. You’re too old.’ ”
Honey, you should have put your clothes back on a long time ago. Your life is now what you make of it, the choices you make are yours, and the resulting outcomes and public perceptions are only yours to decide. Amy Fisher, quit blaming life and start being a role model to your children before you teach them to go through life as a victim, because the only one to blame is YOU.