Levi Davis: Arrest threatened after bomb evidence emerges, says private investigator leading hunt for missing star

An arrest over Levi Davis’ disappearance could be imminent, the private investigator leading the man’s hunt for the star has revealed.

Gavin Burrows says he names names in a damning revelation that includes evidence the rugby player was blackmailed by criminals and threatened over Somali mafia debts.

Levi Davis has been missing since October


Levi Davis has been missing since OctoberPhoto credit: Getty

The private investigator said the bomb report would be sent to Spanish police and could soon lead to an arrest.

Mr Burrows, whose Line of Inquiry firm is offering a £10,000 reward for information that could lead to Levi being found, said: “I think Spanish police will have enough to make an arrest if they see what our own investigations have revealed.

“At least it should give them enough to take someone along for questioning.

“I’m not at liberty to go public with any names at this time, but there is one specific person that I have serious suspicions about and who I believe can shed some light on what happened to Levi.

“This person is someone who, while purporting to help, has been, in my view, nothing but an obstacle to preventing our investigation from progressing.”

Levi, 24, spoke about being blackmailed by criminals who threatened to kill him and his family in a chilling recent video, which he originally deleted but resurfaced last week, three months after his disappearance in Barcelona.

He was last seen leaving an Irish pub on October 29 after catching a ferry from Ibiza.

Mr Burrows said he accessed the Instagram video first posted by X Factor singer Levi four days before his disappearance and, with the approval of family and friends, released it for information.

The ex-Bath rugby player said at the beginning of the 15-minute footage: “Hi, my name is Levi Davis and my life is in danger.”

He further claimed he believes he was filmed engaging in various sexual acts after being drugged, which blackmailers used to control and manipulate him.

Levi added: “I was told by them in a way that isn’t direct but absolutely true that they would try – if I said anything – they would try to kill me, threaten my family.

“And they tried to frame me, too.”

The Somali mafia reports first surfaced just before the chilling video twist into the high-profile disappearance in Spain. Levi was reportedly owed around £100,000 after his lifestyle spiraled out of control.

They concurred with claims Levi may have drowned in Barcelona port near where his passport was found, although Mr Burrows described it as a theory and said it was also possible he was still alive and from the gang he had been forced to work as a courier with debt.

He said: “Our relationship with the Catalan police hasn’t been as close as we would have liked, but we hope that will change now because we can deal with them much more directly and don’t have to go through Levi’s mum, which has confirmed us that she has no mandate to speak on behalf of anyone.

“It makes it much more likely that we can help find a faster resolution to this very worrying case.”

Levi took a break in Europe after being sidelined from rugby after suffering a knee injury.

He was caught on video surveillance leaving the Old Irish Pub near Barcelona’s La Rambla around 10pm on October 29, a few hours after boarding a boat from Ibiza with just 40 euros (£35) and no change of clothes .

Friend Richard Squire, who officially reported him missing to Barcelona police after his family informed West Midlands Police, described his decision to leave the island as “sudden”.

Last week it emerged that up to 38 contacts on Levi’s Instagram were mysteriously deleted after he went missing.

Levi played Premiership Rugby Union for Bath between 2017 and 2020 when he joined Ealing Trailfinders. A year later he signed with the Worthing Raiders.

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The rugby player-turned-reality star appeared on X Factor: Celebrity in 2019 with fellow rugby players Ben Foden and Thom Evans as part of the group Try Star.

In 2020, the year he made history by becoming the first rugby union player to be revealed as bisexual while still playing, he appeared on the E4 dating series Celebs Go Virtual Dating.

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