MISSING X-Factor star Levi Davis posted pictures of himself on OnlyFans the day before he disappeared, it was reported,
The 24-year-old was last seen in Barcelona on October 29 after travelling there alone from Ibiza, which he had been visiting with a friend.
The former Bath and England rugby player, has been missing since catching a boat to the Catalan capital.
He reportedly told a close friend, Richard Squire, he was going to see his friends.
But was last heard from after posting a video from The Old Irish Pub off La Rambla, the main tourist street in Barcelona, late on the day he arrived in the city.
The day before he posted photographs of himself on the OnlyFans adult site, The Times reports.
Last month, he set up a profile on the site where he shared naked modelling snaps, after he released a song under the name Leda.
It comes as Spanish cops have admitted they still haven’t started looking for Davis.
His mother said he had been struggling with depression and had “deep issues” shortly before he went missing.
Julie Davis told MailOnline that her son was considering quitting rugby after an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury left him without a club and requiring surgery.
“There have been a lot of issues going on for Levi recently which he shared with me,” she said.
“I think it was a build-up of these things which eventually just blew his mind.”
She added that her son had struggled with racism in rugby, and had recently had money worries, as well as problems with his relationships.
“It seems as if everything just got too much for him and it’s led to Levi going missing,” she added.
“He’s had mental issues in the past but it seems as if this time he’s not been able to handle them.”
His sister Candeece Balfour, 23, said yesterday: “I just want to tell him that I love him. I want to remind him and if anything, he knows that my mum of all people is the person he can go to.
“I just want him to come home and any support he needs, we can be there.”
A worried pal on Ibiza sent messages asking if he was OK before receiving a video reply on the evening of the 29th showing the interior of the Irish pub.
The star did not appear in the footage sent from his phone and did not speak – and was last seen leaving the pub at 10.05pm when CCTV cameras filmed his exit.
It comes after CCTV footage of the rugby ace on the night he disappeared was shared online.
In the CCTV clip, the 5’9” winger is seen leaving the Old Irish Pub in the Spanish city on the same day at 10.05pm.
He is seen carrying a small black rucksack and wearing a white short-sleeved t-shirt, black trousers, and black and white trainers.
It is claimed that Davis left Ibiza without his clothes or any money, and left behind the medication he had been taking to handle his mental health issues.
Davis, who appeared on X Factor: Celebrity and Celebs Go Dating, was born in Birmingham, and has recently been turning out for Worthing Raiders.
In 2020, he became the first professional player to come out as bisexual after reportedly telling his Bath teammates via a WhatsApp group chat.
It read: “I want to be open and honest with you boys, as friends and team-mates. I’m bisexual. I have known since I was 18.”
In a later interview, he said: “Sometimes I feel it would be easier if I was gay and nothing else. Then I could identify myself and it would be easier to explain. As it is, I’m in a kind of vacuum.
“My family have reservations about me going public, but they love me and they support me.”
Spanish police said on Sunday night they are yet to start looking for Davis because they are awaiting official notification that he is missing.
“We are aware of the news of this man’s disappearance from press reports and social media but are still awaiting official notification he is missing,” a spokeswoman for the regional Mossos d’Esquadra force in Barcelona said.
“It appears he was reported missing by his family in the UK but that notification has not yet reached us.
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“We cannot launch a formal investigation until it does but are working on the basis that it may reach us later today.
“Investigators will then be tasked with looking into what might have happened and trying to ascertain among other things whether it’s a voluntary disappearance or could be linked to a crime.
“That work will likely involve talking to potential witnesses and possibly relatives.”
Former England Rugby star Ben Foden said: “I’m extremely concerned for Levi’s safety and well-being.
“He’s a kindhearted, talented soul who I’m proud to call a friend. He’s bravely shared with the public his personal struggles with his sexuality and mental health and right now it’s important he knows how loved he is and the support he has available.
“Anyone with any information or sightings please email: [email protected]”