Justin Bieber involved in police drama

Justin Bieber involved in police drama

Justin Bieber had police called to his hotel room in London at the weekend after inviting a group of girls back with him following his performance at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball.

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The 'What Do You Mean?' singer invited four girls back to his room at the luxury Rosewood hotel following his performance at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday (06.12.15), but when one of them decided to leave she through a hissy fit and ended up calling the police.

A source said: "The night had gone swimmingly as far as Justin was concerned, he'd been to a couple of clubs and had ended up going back to his hotel with four girls he met. But after fooling around in his hotel room one of them had an almighty meltdown.

"She stormed down to reception in no shoes and made a right scene.

"It was just after 6am so, as you can imagine, she caused a huge disturbance.

"She was saying, 'Where's my friend? I'll call the police!'

"She'd clearly enjoyed the night a bit too much and eventually did call the cops."

However, the Met Police have confirmed that while they were called to the hotel, they did not speak to Bieber, 21.

A spokesman said: "Police were called at approximately 06.15hrs on Monday to a hotel in High Holborn following concerns for the welfare of a female who was at the venue.

"Officers attended and it was established that the female was safe and well. There were no offences committed."

Soon after the incident Justin was seen jumping into the back of a people carrier and heading for the airport.

The source told The Sun newspaper: "Justin had done nothing wrong but his team went into panic mode.

"He's had trouble on previous visits to London while staying in hotels and didn't want a ban from the Rosewood.

"His team whisked him into a car and took him straight to Luton airport, where his plane was waiting.

"He was in the air and heading home to Canada by half past eight."

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