The Sorry singer flew into London to perform at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball, and Justin took four young women back to his room at the Rosewood hotel following an afterparty at the Tape nightclub.

An altercation erupted between two of the girls in the early hours of Monday morning (07Dec15) and one stormed out of the room and began making a scene in the reception area, so police were called to investigate the disturbance.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "Police were called at approximately 06:15 hours 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."

Justin left the hotel shortly after the incident to take a flight on a private jet. A source tells the newspaper, "Justin had done nothing wrong but his team went into panic mode... 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 (in the morning)."

Justin flew to his native Canada so he could perform a special acoustic concert in Toronto that evening to raise money for the Stratford House of Blessing, which provides food and clothing to those in need in his native Stratford, Ontario.

"It's really good to be home," Justin told the crowd. ​"You guys are special, very special... I think this is the best crowd I've ever been a part of. I'm having a great time up here tonight."

Justin's mother Pattie Mallette used the food bank when she was struggling to raise the pop star on her own following her split from his dad Jeremy.