January 28, 2023

Scared for glamorous Australian model with prominent tattoos, who disappeared after the New Year and hasn’t been seen since

  • Sydney’s model and dancer Talaya Newton, 26, went missing on January 2, 2023
  • Last seen at Omnibus Rd, Kingsgrove and visiting Blacktown, Redfern, Wollongong
  • She is slim, 175 cm tall and has red and black hair and tattoos of medusa and snakes

Police have issued a desperate second public appeal to help find a missing Sydney model and dancer who disappeared a week ago.

Tattooed Talaya Newton, 26, went missing on January 2 after she was last seen at a house in south-west Sydney and has since been unavailable.

Ms. Newton has described herself as a “writer, model, entertainer, dancer and stylist” and is also known by the names Layla Rose and Layla Roxy-Rose.

Police have issued a desperate second public appeal to help find missing Sydney model and dancer Talaya Newton, 26, who disappeared a week ago

Ms. Newton has described herself as a

Ms. Newton has described herself as a “writer, model, entertainer, dancer and stylist” and is also known by the names Layla Rose and Layla Roxy-Rose

Family and investigators have “serious concerns” about Ms Newton’s well-being and have asked the public to look out for several distinctive body markings she has.

She has several signature tattoos including a Medusa on her left shoulder and a large snake covering her right thigh.

She also has a scar on her left forearm.

Ms. Newton is 175 cm tall with an olive skin tone and hair dyed red and black.

She was last seen in a black shirt and red shorts and is described as having a “Maltese appearance”.

The last clear sighting of Ms Newton was at around 10.30am on Monday 2 January at a house in Omnibus Road, Kingsgrove.

Police said she could not be located and has not been contacted since.

She is known to visit Blacktown, Redfern and Wollongong.

Anyone with information on Ms Newton’s whereabouts is urged to contact police immediately.