LOS ANGELES (AP) — Joey Buttafuoco, whose 17-year-old lover became known as the "Long Island Lolita" after shooting his wife in the face, was sentenced to a year in jail for auto insurance fraud.

Buttafuoco, 48, pleaded guilty to a single felony count and was immediately booked into the Los Angeles County Jail.

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Prosecutors said Buttafuoco, who co-owns a San Fernando Valley body shop, told undercover investigators how to file phony insurance claims for undamaged cars. He was arrested in December.

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