Layla Kayleigh was born on January 26, 1984, in South London, England. An only child, Layla was raised by her single mother, and the two often had to struggle during Layla’s early years, to the point of living in bad areas and relying on welfare. When Layla Kayleigh was only 12, her mother traveled to America in a bid to get U.S. citizens for herself and Layla, and Layla opted to stay behind.By the time she hit her teen years, Layla Kayleigh was already living off of her wits. She told no one that she was on her own, fearing that social services would place her in foster care. Before long, Layla was working nights, even while going to school, and she soon matured into a beautiful young woman with a tough work ethic.layla kayleigh gets punk'dOnce she was old enough, Layla Kayleigh began to take the first steps toward making a name for herself. She started as a television personality in Britain, hosting on MTV2, before she came to America to be a halftime-show correspondent on ABC’s football broadcasts. She also began modeling and appeared in the September 2005 issue of King magazine. Meanwhile, Layla Kayleigh was hired as a correspondent for Al Gore’s Current TV network, but she was fired after she posed in Maxim magazine that December. While Layla Kayleigh felt that Current TV’s decision was hypocritical, she bore no ill will toward the channel, continuing to praise its progressive programming.