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.
‘The truth is he was sure they were chasing him. In fact he was convinced they had tried to poison him on one occasion.’
The amount he owed was put at around £102,000.
The Somali mafia debt claims surfaced in Spain as it emerged his family were pressing Spanish police to investigate a possible drowning in Barcelona’s port before Levi’s passport was found nearby.
Fears grew that he could have been lured into a trap after arranging to meet someone he had met on social media.
Good Morning Britain (GMB) said this morning that Burrows had told the programme he feared Levi may have drowned in Barcelona’s port.
GMB reporter Nick Dixon mentioned the port area incident, noting that it happened shortly after Levi was last seen.
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