Model Laura Carter, 30, has told how she had a threesome with Justin Bieber after being whisked back to his hotel in a blacked-out car when the star picked her out on a nightclub dancefloor. Laura Carter was partying with friends in London's Tape club when Bieber's security men invited her to join 20 women at his table, she said. At around 2.30am the 21-year-old singer, who was unwinding after headlining the Jingle Bell Ball at London's 02 Arena on Sunday, asked her to come to his hotel for a private party - which ended with a visit from police. Miss Carter, 30, said she wanted to take a selfie but couldn't because she'd been made to leave her mobile phone in a bucket at the door.She said: 'I was taken to this huge room which had been kitted out with a massive sounds system and there was booze everywhere. 'There were four boys and a group of ten girls, all really glamorous.'Miss Carter, originally from Leeds but now living in West London, said Bieber began showing off his dance moves and then suggested a game of truth or dare at the historic Rosewood Hotel.After taking a girl to the bedroom, Miss Carter says he returned in his boxer shorts 20 minutes later. It was at that point the model, who appeared in E4's Young, Free and Single, said Bieber took her hand and led her to a room where a second woman was lying on the bed in her underwear. The trio began kissing before the second girl stormed off at what Miss Carter said was a lack of attention from the singer. She and Bieber continued before saying their goodbyes at around 6.30am. Shortly before, police were called to the hotel in High Holborn when one of the women at Bieber's party had a 'meltdown'.
A source said: ' She stormed down to reception in no shoes and made a right scene. '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.'
The Met Police confirmed: '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 and no further police action was taken.'