The LI reason Amy Schumer isn't taking husband Chris Fischer's name

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The LI reason Amy Schumer isn't taking husband Chris Fischer's name

It's safe to say that Amy made the right choice by bucking tradition and keeping her last name.

Her response is unexpected and oh so Amy: "I'm not Amy Fischer".

Fresh off her Italian honeymoon, the I Feel Pretty star chatted with her dad, Gordon, about her prospective name change on her Instagram Stories. And, in speaking with her father in the video, Schumer clearly has a very good reason.

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"Do you remember who Amy Fischer is?" "The Long Island Lolita", referring to the infamous Merrick native with a slightly different last name who, as a 17-year-old on May 19, 1992, shot Mary Jo Buttafuoco, then wife of her 38-year-old lover, Massapequa auto mechanic Joey Buttafuoco. The star got married to chef Chris Fischer in a secret ceremony recently.

She added, "No, I'm keeping my last name - I'm keeping your last name".

The wife survived and the teen mistress, nicknamed "Long Island Lolita" by the press, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. She was granted parole in 1999.

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Schumer's also admitted to saying the word "husband" maybe a little too much since getting hitched.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Schumer and Fischer tied the knot in a surprise ceremony in Malibu, Calif. on February 13, 2018.

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