|“||They just asked me questions about where I had been for the past year. I don't know why they cared.||”|
— Leigh Davis
|Full Name:||Leigh Davis|
|Born:||February 4, 1985|
|Cause of Death:||Strangulation of the throat from a remotely controlled metal wire (orchestrated by a member of the CLF)|
|Home:||Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California|
|Occupation:|| Former CIA recruit at Camp Peary|
Former events co-ordinator
|Portrayed by:||Heléne Yorke|
Leigh Davis was a mother of two and a former events coordinator who was presumably responsible for planning four out of five Kardashian weddings. After the CIA recruited her, she trained at the Farm. Prior to completing her training, she leaves the Farm and is later recruited by a CIA black ops division six weeks later which turned into a rogue intelligence faction, the AIC. In Surabaya, she smuggled two kilograms of semtex which resulted in the deaths of 27 girls.
As part of an AIC mission, she attended the G-20 summit in New York. Shortly after the conference started at the summit, it was sabotaged by the Citizens Liberation Front (the CLF). While talking to Raina Amin, she mentioned that she visited Surabaya, Indonesia in the previous year. As a result, an unnamed journalist, who was a disguised CLF member, took her away so that the CLF could interrogate her. After her interrogation ended, she was later killed when her collar activated, strangling her to death.
- She was a former events coordinator.
- She mentions having planned four out of five Kardashian weddings.
- She is a mother to two unnamed children.
- She was a former CIA recruit.
- In ZRTORCH, Will Olsen mentioned that she was a member of the AIC.
- She was recruited by the a CIA black ops division which turned into the AIC, six weeks after leaving her training at Camp Peary. While on-route to Jakarta, Indonesia, via Surabaya, she stayed at a hotel there that was a known cut-off for the Islamic Front. In addition, she smuggled two kilograms of semtex inside a crate of wedding china which resulted in the deaths of 27 girls in a local madrasa as part of an AIC operation.