“Levi, please, if you see this message please get in touch.”
The mum of missing rugby player Levi Davis has issued an appeal for him to come home.
Levi, who used to play for Bath and appeared on Celebrity X Factor, was last seen in The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona on 29 October. He was visiting a friend in Ibiza, but decided to travel to Barcelona on his own.
His family have had no contact with him since then.
Yesterday, Levi’s mum Julia joined Susanna Reid and Ed Balls on Good Morning Britain, where she made an appeal for her son.
She said: “Before he left he said ‘I need to go on a break, just sort my head out, have some time to refresh myself.'”
Julia also shared that she worries his state has “deteriorated”, as he has been struggling with life after an injury.
She added: “He’d normally be in touch with me on a day-to-day basis or his friends, it makes it even more concerning.”
Julia then appealed to Levi directly, saying: “Levi, please, if you see this message please get in touch.
“I can’t begin to understand how you’re feeling but just know that I do love you and our family loves you, we just want you home.”
Julia thanked everyone who has been searching for Levi so far. She is travelling to Barcelona to join the search.
Anyone who has information about Levi has been urged to contact [email protected].