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Missing rugby and X Factor star Levi Davis ‘was £100,000 in debt to Somali mafia’


Missing rugby and X Factor star Levi Davis was around £100,000 in debt to the Somali mafia and was convinced they had tried to poison him before he vanished in Spain, it was claimed on Wednesday.  

Catalan newspaper La Vanguardia said the 24-year-old, who disappeared in Barcelona nearly three months ago, had got himself into huge debt after his party lifestyle spiralled out of control.

An unnamed member of the team of private detectives put together by the British investigator hired by Davis’s distraught family, Gavin Burrows, was quoted by the paper as saying: ‘Davis came to Barcelona fleeing from these criminals. He had adopted a frenzied lifestyle and was in a very delicate situation.

Catalan newspaper La Vanguardia said the 24-year-old, who disappeared in Barcelona nearly three months ago, had got himself into huge debt after his party lifestyle spiralled out of control

Former Bath rugby player Levi, 24, (pictured in September 2019) went missing on October 29 after leaving a friend in Ibiza to get the ferry to Barcelona alone

Former Bath rugby player Levi, 24, (pictured) went missing on October 29 after leaving a friend in Ibiza to get the ferry to Barcelona alone

Now his mother Julie Davis (pictured with an image of herself and Levi) says a private detective working on the case has uncovered that the 5ft 9in rugby star may have been kidnapped by criminals from London in a dispute over money, in what they believe could be a major breakthrough

Now his mother Julie Davis (pictured with an image of herself and Levi) says a private detective working on the case has uncovered that…



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