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The Conservative party is said to have auctioned off the prize to raise money for future campaigns.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has reportedly auctioned off a meeting with Justin Bieber to raise money for the Conservative party.
According to The Sun, a wealthy party supporter paid £10,000 at an auction held at the Conservative's annual Black And White party to gain backstage access to the 'Boyfriend' star for four teenage girls.
The four winning bidders will get to meet Justin at his London O2 Arena concert on 7th March, as part of an deal offered by his UK record label, and was advertised at an auction house in Fulham.
However, fresh reports suggest the 'As Long As You Love Me' singer has not been made aware that the meet and greet opportunity was used to raise money for a political party.
A spokesperson for Justin's label Universal Music told the publication the pop star "wouldn't expect to be informed" about who had won the meet and greet prize and how.
Check out a picture of Justin enjoying a spot of horse-riding with friends last week below (Credit: Instagram):
Justin recently wrapped the North American leg of his 'Believe' world tour and flashed his abs at paparrazi photographers in Miami last month while relaxing before the next leg.
Recent claims suggest the 'Beauty And A Beat' singer maybe be back with ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, after she was photographed arriving at his Los Angeles home.
Justin Bieber is now preparing to make his hosting debut on Saturday Night Live this weekend (9th February).