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Amy Fisher On Good Morning America Sez: Her Sex vid is No. 1 Adult DVD

New York- Amy Fisher insists she’s still angry at her husband for making their private sex video public, but finds it “amazing” it’s become the No. 1 adult DVD.

“You can buy it anywhere. It’s the No. 1 adult DVD for like five straight weeks,” Fisher says in an interview to air Friday on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

The former “Long Island Lolita” claims she’s been hiding in her house ever since her husband, Lou Bellera, a former cop, sold their sex tapes behind her back.

Fisher, 33, said she’s been keeping track of how popular she’s become in the porn world, watching her tape soar up the “Billboard for adult video.”

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