Lily Allen's dad Keith called police on her after she lost her virginity on holiday
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Lily Allen opened up about the first time she had sex, which resulted in her dad calling the police.
She was hoping to do the deed discreetly however, alarm bells rang when she suddenly disappeared from the accommodation she was staying at with her family, who immediately grew suspicious.
Lily snuck over to the man’s room - who she was was ‘tall’ and named Fernando - to do ‘it’, but she failed to return to her own room afterwards.
The now mum-of-two had a lie-in the next morning, unbeknownst that her dad launched a full on search mission for her by phoning the police.
Recalling the awkward situation, Allen recently told Alan Carr on his Life’s A Beach podcast: “I actually went missing. I lost my virginity to a guy called Fernando in Brazil. When I was about 12, No I am joking.”
She went on: “They [her parents] thought I actually went missing. I went to his hotel room, and I was on holiday with my dad and brother and obviously didn’t come back to my room.”
The Dreamland actress admitted she ‘slept in the next day’ which caused her family to panic when they discovered she wasn’t at their accommodation.
“I woke up and there was police all over the hotel,” she continued. “They were literally combing the beach and had T-shirts [asking], ‘Is this what she was wearing?’
"I didn’t have the heart to say, ‘No, I was just losing my virginity'.”
Reflecting on the chaotic moment, she said: “It was all a bit traumatic and I didn’t have sex again for a while.”
Allen said she ‘never spoke to him again’ after leaving Fernando's room.
Since 2020, Allen has been married to Stranger Things star David Harbour.
The couple eloped in Las Vegas in a ceremony which also included Allen’s two daughters, Ethel, 11 and Marnie, 10, from her first husband Sam Cooper.
Earlier this year, the musician said she was diagnosed with adult ADHD and added she wasn’t surprised about it because it ‘runs in her family’.
According to the NHS, symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are categorised into two types of behavioural problems; inattentiveness (difficulty concentrating and focusing) and hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
Because it's a developmental disorder, it's believed it cannot develop in adults without it first appearing during childhood.
“I’ve actually just been diagnosed with adult ADHD,” she said. “I’ve had to completely switch off social media because as soon as I look at it, it can be hours of my day gone. It sort of runs in my family.
“And it’s only because I’m here in America where they take these things slightly more seriously than they do in England.
“I went to see someone and they said, ‘Have you ever thought about this?’ And I said, ‘Well, yes I have'.”