Missing star Levi Davies has not used his phone or bank accounts for TWO WEEKS, his mother reveals

Fears are growing for missing rugby star Levi Davis as it emerged today that he has not used his phone in two weeks.

Police in the Catalan city say his mobile phone signal was last picked up near Barcelona’s Sants mainline train station overnight on October 29.

Worryingly, the phone has not been used since and Mr. Davis has not taken any money out of his bank accounts.

The station is just over two miles from the Old Irish Pub on the bustling La Rambla street, where the former Bath rugby union star was last seen.

MailOnline has obtained fresh CCTV showing him leaving the popular bar at 10.05pm.

He had only been in Barcelona for three hours before he disappeared.

The 24-year-old disembarked at the city’s ferry port at 7pm following an eight-hour crossing from Ibiza where he had been staying with friends.

His distraught mother, Julie Davis, landed in Barcelona on Thursday to retrace her son’s footsteps and help with the search.

MailOnline has obtained fresh CCTV showing rugby star Levi Davis leaving the Old Irish Pub on the bustling La Rambla street at 10.05pm

MailOnline has obtained fresh CCTV showing rugby star Levi Davis leaving the Old Irish Pub on the bustling La Rambla street at 10.05pm

The winger starred on X Factor: Celebrity in 2019 and E4's Celebs Go Dating in 2020

The winger starred on X Factor: Celebrity in 2019 and E4’s Celebs Go Dating in 2020

His distraught mother, Julie Davis, landed in Barcelona on Thursday to retrace her son's footsteps and help with the search

His distraught mother, Julie Davis, landed in Barcelona on Thursday to retrace her son’s footsteps and help with the search

She told how she recently sent a video message of a singer performing in the Old Irish Pub just before he disappeared and wrote 'Arrived Mom' adding a prayer emoji

Mrs Davis, who visited the bar, said: 'Every day that Levi is missing makes the pain and heartache worse, we just want to know he is safe'

She told how she recently sent a video message of a singer performing in the Old Irish Pub just before he disappeared and wrote ‘Arrived Mom’ adding a prayer emoji

She told how she recently sent a video message of a singer performing in the Old Irish Pub just before he disappeared and wrote ‘Arrived Mom’ adding a prayer emoji.

Mrs Davis, who visited the bar, said: ‘Every day that Levi is missing makes the pain and heartache worse, we just want to know he is safe.

It’s every mum’s worst nightmare. People tell you to always value a hug or a kiss as you don’t if it’ll be the last, I never used to understand that but I get it now.

The police have told us that he hasn’t used either of his two bank cards or his phone for two weeks.

His phone signal was last picked up around Barcelona’s main train station late at night on October 29.

‘We don’t know if he had cash and was getting a train or was staying close by or visiting someone near there.

‘There has been no trace of him since then and we are getting more and more worried. But we are still keeping positive and the police are doing all they can.

‘We’ve been told that he may have been sleeping rough in Barcelona over the last couple of days but we aren’t 100 per cent sure it was him.

I spoke to Levi last just after he got to Barcelona and he sent me a video message from the Irish bar of a singer performing live. He wrote “Arrived Mom”.

He told me that he was hoping to travel around Europe and after Spain he was looking to go to France and see his friends.

Levi's brother Nathan, who has traveled to Barcelona with his mother, added: 'Someone, somewhere has to know something'

Levi’s brother Nathan, who has traveled to Barcelona with his mother, added: ‘Someone, somewhere has to know something’

Police in the Catalan city say his mobile phone signal was last picked up near Barcelona's Sants mainline train station overnight on October 29

Police in the Catalan city say his mobile phone signal was last picked up near Barcelona’s Sants mainline train station overnight on October 29

The 24-year-old disembarked at the city’s ferry port at 7pm following an eight-hour crossing from Ibiza where he had been staying with friends

Mr Davis starred on Celebrity X Factor in 2019 alongside fellow rugby stars Ben Foden and Thom Evans in a singing group known as Try Star.  He was also on E4's Celebs Go Dating in 2020

Mr Davis starred on Celebrity X Factor in 2019 alongside fellow rugby stars Ben Foden and Thom Evans in a singing group known as Try Star. He was also on E4’s Celebs Go Dating in 2020

I’m exhausted, I’ve had long meetings with police and consulate officials and we’ve spoken to a local missing persons charity.

‘But I’m not giving up, we just want him to reach out to us and let us know he’s ok.’

Levi’s brother Nathan, who traveled to Barcelona with his mother, added: ‘Someone, somewhere has to know something.

It’s a slow process but we are trying to piece together his last movements. I would ask anyone who may have seen Levi to please get in touch with the police.’

Mr. Davis visited The Old Irish pub on La Rambla at about 9.30pm and stayed for just 35 minutes.

He was caught on the pub’s CCTV leaving the venue carrying a small black rucksack and wearing a white short-sleeved T-shirt, black trousers and black and white trainers.

The barmaid who served him said he ordered a pint of Heineken and watched the Liverpool versus Leeds game on television.

He had only been in Barcelona for three hours before he disappeared

He had only been in Barcelona for three hours before he disappeared

Mr Davis starred on Celebrity X Factor in 2019 alongside fellow rugby stars Ben Foden and Thom Evans in a singing group known as Try Star. He was also on E4’s Celebs Go Dating in 2020.

In 2020 he became the first professional rugby player to come out as bisexual in an interview with the Mail on Sunday.

He said he told his teammates about his sexuality via a group message on WhatsApp, writing: ‘Hi guys. I just want to tell you something that’s been eating away at me for four years now.

‘I want to be open and honest with you boys, as friends and teammates. I’m bisexual. It’s something I’ve known since I was 18.’

Ending the message in a playful fashion, he assured them that, owing to their appearance, ‘none of you lot are on my radar… so it’s OK’.

Mr Davis said his teammates were all supportive and understanding. He recalled: ‘Then they started taking the p*** in a good-natured way, which I was relieved about. If they had been too tender-hearted, I would have been worried. I’m still a rugby player, after all!’

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