he mother of missing rugby player Levi Davis held again tears as she made an emotional plea for him to come home, saying “know that I do love you”.
Julie Davis spoke instantly to her 24-year-old son, who was last seen in Barcelona, on Good Morning Britain: “Levi please, if you see this, please get in touch.
She said on Tuesday: “I can’t begin to understand how you’re feeling but just know that I do love you and our family loves you and we just want you home.”
Similarly, sister of the previous Bath Rugby player, Candice Balfour, made a tearful plea on Sky News: “I just also want to let him know we’re here to support him.
“I just want him to come home. He’s loved and missed by everyone, he’s an amazing person.
“I just want to thank everyone who has been searching for Levi. I’ve had so many messages [from people] talking abut how they’ve been attending bars, public places with flyers of Levi’s face.
“So Levi we are looking for you,” Ms Balfour said as started to cry, “and we just want you to come home”.
CCTV footage has emerged over the weekend displaying Levi leaving the Old Irish Pub on the favored Barcelona thoroughfare of Rambla dels Caputxins on the night of October 29.
His former club Bath Rugby issued an attraction for information concerning the whereabouts of the winger.
Mr Davis, the primary professional rugby player to come out as bisexual, is thought for his tv appearances and featured on ITV’s Celebrity X Factor in 2019 alongside fellow rugby stars Ben Foden and Thom Evans in a singing group referred to as Try Star. He was additionally on E4’s Celebs Go Dating in 2020.
Friends and family launched a social media attraction for him to return, as they said he struggled together with his psychological health and a latest injury.
Ms Davis told MailOnline the player contemplated quitting rugby after struggling an anterior cruciate ligament injury, leaving him and not using a club and requiring surgical procedure.
He had additionally spoken to her about monetary issues and complained about his treatment by the rugby world, claiming he had suffered racism throughout his profession.
His foster mother, Suzanne Balfour, told Sky News on Tuesday that he’s “in a sad place at the moment”.
“I think he’s trying to sort his head out, trying to get things together.
“He may have just gone away to get himself together but it’s concerning that he hasn’t contacted his family, friends and he hasn’t contacted anybody.”
Julie Davis is travelling to Barcelona on Wednesday to hand out leaflets and make enquiries about her son, ITV stories.