Layla Kiffin Biography
Layla Kiffin born as Layla Reaves is popularly known as the former wife an American football coach Lane Kiffin, currently the head football coach at Florida Atlantic University. Her father John Reaves, a footballer, has worked at the University of Florida and her brother David Reaves, worked as the volunteer's quarterbacks coach for one season and also worked on Lane’s Staff at Tennessee. Layla graduated from the University of Florida in 1997.
Layla Kiffin met her husband Lane Kiffin through her father in law Monte Kiffin, a footballer in 1999. Lane and Layla Kiffin were engaged three months after they met and married in 1999. Layla Kiffin gave birth to a son, Monte Knox Kiffin in 2009. Her daughter named Landry Kiffin was born in 2005 and her second daughter, Presley Kiffin, was born in 2007.
On 4 March 2016, Layla filed for divorce from husband Lane citing "irreconcilable differences". After their divorce, Layla reportedly got around 34.5% of Lane's fortune in the divorce settlement.
Layla is living in Manhattan Beach, California with her three children in a $10 thousand per month rental home.
Layla is a University of Florida graduate. She attended the school from 1992 to 1996.
Her then husband's net worth is estimated at $6 million.There is no news about Layla dating someone else so far. Layla belongs to an American nationality with white ethnicity.
Engaged and married Lane Kiffin
The couple met each other and got married after three months in same year of 1999. The couple were first introduced by her father in law Monte Kiffin who is also a former Americian footballer.Edit
Gave birth to Monte Knox Kiffin
Layla Kiffin gave birth to a son named Monte Knox Kiffin in the year of 2009. He is a first child of this couple.He was born healthy and has completed the family. We hope the family stays together and the rumor of their divorce proves to be false.Edit
Relationship status with Husband Lane Kiffin
Layla Kiffin filed for divorce from husband Lane Kiffin citing irreconcilable differences on March 4, 2016.Edit