STATEMENT: Former Bath star 'may have drowned' says family - Ruck

STATEMENT: Former Bath star ‘may have drowned’ says family

According to a statement from his family, Levi Davis, a former Bath rugby player, has been claimed to have drowned off the coast of Barcelona.

The 24-year-old had left the UK after an injury and was last spotted in Ibiza in October 2022, where he was staying with a friend.

He left for Barcelona without any belongings or money and has been missing since. Julie, Levi’s mother, has stated that the local police have informed her that a man who drowned near the port of the city is believed to be Levi.

His Mum Julie said in a statement: “Extensive work has been done to track Levi’s movements on the night of the 29 October and they [the police] are able to confirm that following his last reported sighting at the Hard Rock Café, Levi walked back down La Rambla and entered the commercial port.

“Reports of a man in the water by staff on a cruise ship entering the port at 6.30am on 30 October have been investigated.

“Four members of staff confirmed seeing a man in the water with specific details, including him asking for help in English and the colour of his clothing.

“A life jacket was thrown from the ship and emergency Sea and Air rescue services searched the area but they were unable to find him.”

Ongoing investigations are being conducted, and the family and friends of the individual involved have requested privacy during this time.


After signing a record deal, Mr. Davis travelled to Ibiza to collaborate with Mr. Squire on their music. However, although he promised to contact Mr. Squire upon reaching Barcelona, Mr. Davis failed to do so.

He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, black jeans, and white trainers and carrying a small black backpack. Several weeks after his disappearance, Spanish police found his passport.

The family hired a private investigator and offered a £10,000 reward for any information that would lead to his discovery.