She's copping to it!
Lily Allen revealed that police got involved after she lost her virginity, although the authorities' involvement had little to do with her between-the-sheets activities.
The Grammy nominee detailed the hilariously awkward story on Alan Carr's "Life's a Beach" podcast after he asked her if she'd ever had a "holiday romance" or "fling."
"I actually went missing. I lost my virginity to a guy called Fernando in Brazil. When I was about 12. No, I am not joking," she said.
Lily, who's now 38, explained that the incident occurred while she was visiting South America with her father and brother.
"You lost your virginity to Fernando?" the podcast host asked, to which Lily confirmed, "A guy called Fernando, yeah." She quickly added that she "never spoke to him again."
That, however, was only part of the story: Her father thought she'd gone missing and got the Brazilian cops involved.
"I went to his hotel room, and I was on holiday with my dad and brother, and obviously, I didn't come back to my room," she explained. "I had sort of slept in the next morning, and I woke up the next day, and there was police all over the hotel."
Without being able to contain her laughter, she continued, "They were literally combing the beach and had T-shirts [asking], 'Is this what she was wearing?' People thought I had drowned. I didn't have the heart to say, 'No, I was just losing my virginity.'"
The fiasco was "all a bit traumatic," Lily said, adding that she "didn't have sex for a while after that."
These days, Lily only has eyes for one man: She married "Stranger Things" star David Harbour in Las Vegas in 2020. The nuptials were attended by her two daughters — Ethel, 11, and Marnie, 10 — with ex-husband Sam Cooper. After the couple said "I do," they took Lily's kids to the fast food chain In-N-Out for burgers, fries and shakes.