Life and career
Born in an observant Muslim family in Tahar Souk, a small village of Morocco, Lafitte moved to France with her family when she was just five months old, and she grew up in a suburb of Lyon.   At 18 years old, after graduating from high school, she left her family; during this period, she trained to become a nurse and worked as a waitress to pay for her studies.  
In 2004, she entered the adult industry together with her boyfriend at the time, after having replied to a magazine ad of a small production company which was looking for amateur couples.   In 2006, she was featured in an episode of the TF1 talk show La Méthode Cauet , then she was requested in newspaper interviews, magazine covers and jet-set events, and she became a spokesmodel for the magazine FHM .  In 2007, she signed an exclusive contract with the producer Marc Dorcel.    That same year, she had a significant role in Danielle Arbid's film drama A Lost Man , which premiered at the 60th Cannes Film Festival.   In 2008, she had a supporting role in Olivier Marchal's crime drama MR 73 .    After having worked in several international productions, she retired from adult performing in February 2009 to focus her career on traditional films and in production.