Keeley broke onto the scene as a glamour model in the UK. At age 17, she won The Daily Star's "Search for a Beach Babe" competition, and she's since appeared in several magazines, including FHM, Zoo Weekly, and Nuts.
However, Keeley does not want to be defined by her sexy modelling photos. "I don't want to delete my past entirely. It's part of me as a person, and even though I live in a limbo land of feelings about it (somewhere between regret and rejoice), I'm not trying to run away from it, merely close the chapter and move onto the next," she wrote in a 2014 op-ed for the Huffington Post. "Yes, I was a model, it's all part of my history, but do I have to be defined by this updated, cardboard cut out, sexed up image of my 18-year-old self forever? People change. People can be more than one thing."