Newlywed Amy Schumer explains why she's not changing her last name


During an Instagram Story posted on Sunday, March 11, 2018, Amy Schumer revealed that she has no plans to change her last name since getting married to boyfriend Chris Fischer.

The Amy Fisher that the "Trainwreck" star is referring to made headlines back in 1992 when as a 17-year-old Massapequa, New York high school student, she shot her lover's wife.

Fisher, whom the press dubbed the Long Island Lolita, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and served 7 years at the Albion Correctional Facility in NY.

The Trainwreck actress tied the knot with chef Chris in a surprise ceremony in Malibu, California last month (Feb18), but in a video posted to her Instagram Story timeline on Sunday (11Mar18), she made it clear she will continue to go by Schumer as her last name. "I'm keeping your last name". No, I'm keeping my last name. The two planned to kill his wife, Mary Jo, but Fisher ended up carrying out the act by shooting Mary Jo in the face. In 1999, Fisher was granted parole.

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

As for Schumer, she and her husband's union was a lot more discreet than that.

Thankfully for Schumer, her husband might not care if she takes his last name.

Lawrence, who is a good friend of Schumer's, gushed about the wedding.