Love Island star Amber Davies alleges that the incident happened as she left STK restaurant in London with her sister, Jade Davies.
Amber, 21, and her older sister, 25, were dining at the restaurant after she partied with Louise Redknapp and her other 9 To 5: The Musical co-stars earlier in the evening.
Amber described the incident with the men in a series of now deleted posts and said that she has been in touch with the police.
According to The Mirror, Amber wrote in the since-deleted tweet: “VILE BEHAVIOUR. @eatSTK I have informed the police. I want every person in that restaurant to me SAFE. F***ing disgrace.”
She also reportedly shared a post from Jade’s Instagram stories, which read: “Guys if anyone is planning on heading to STK London any time soon under Radio bar, please be careful!
“Two dangerous looking men tried very hard to get me and my sister into a car with bad intentions! Just please be aware and keep your wits about you! Very scary.”
[Amber Davies/ Instagram]
Though Amber’s tweets are since deleted, the responses that she received from STK Restaurant are still visible on their account.
The restaurant replied to Amber asking her what happened before saying: “Thank you. We are looking into this as we speak.”
A spokesperson for STK restaurant told OK! Online: “The safety and security of our guests is our top priority. We are looking into this matter closely.”
Amber partied with Louise Redknapp and her other 9 To 5: The Musical co-stars earlier in the evening [Amber Davies/ Instagram]
OK! Online has contacted a representative for Amber Davies.
Amber and former Eternal singer Louise Redknapp recently announced that they have signed up to star in a new musical, Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5: The Musical.
Based on the eighties film of the same name, 9 to 5: The Musical will feature music and lyrics by music icon Dolly Parton.
Amber will play Judy Bernly in the show, while Louise has been cast as Violet Newstead.
9 to 5: The Musical will begin showing at the Savoy Theatre in London on 28 January 2019 and will run until 31 August.