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Mary Jo Buttafuoco didn't ask to make national headlines, but she found herself in the media spotlight along with her husband Joey and his teenage lover, Amy Fisher. Mary Jo was shot by Fischer, and she says now that the experience was "a blessing in disguise." Oprah Winfrey checked in with Mary Jo on the latest "Oprah: Where Are They Now?"
Mary Jo said that without the horrific experiences she went through on May 19, 1992, she wouldn't be where she is today. And where she is now is a place of happiness and, to her own surprise, love.
"I really thought that was it, you know, I had my one shot. I’m old, it’s never gonna happen again," she told Oprah. "Lo and behold, surprise! I fell in love at 47-years-old."
Mary Jo is now married and happy. And while she does talk with her ex -- she »
- Jason Hughes
Los Angeles -- From Miracle Mom to Octomom and now, perhaps very soon, Porno Mom, the bizarre life of Nadya Suleman and her 14 children has been a subject that rarely ceases to amaze.
But with Suleman filing for bankruptcy this week and revealing she owes everyone from her parents to her gardener to her baby-sitters nearly $1 million, could the Octomom Odyssey finally be grinding to an inglorious halt?
Not only is Suleman flat broke, but it has come to light in recent weeks that the La Habra home where she and her children have lived the past two years is about to be put on the auction block.
Last week that home was visited by child welfare officials who had received a tip that Suleman was neglecting her children. They took no action but have said they are continuing to investigate.
Meanwhile, TMZ reported that to make ends meet Suleman »
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