Bieber charity auction ends with shoes selling for more than $62,000
STRATFORD, Ont. -- An eBay auction for some of Justin Bieber's personal items has ended, raking in thousands of dollars for a good cause.
The auction gave fans a chance to buy the Stratford, Ont., pop star's used Toronto Maple Leafs comforter, pillowcase, ceiling light and a pair of his Nike basketball shoes -- all autographed by Bieber.
The winning bid on the shoes came in at more than $62,000, while the comforter sold for more than $6,000.
The pillowcase ended at more than $3,000, and the light was came in at just under $2,000.
The profits are going to help support Stratford's House of Blessing food bank, and all items come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Bieber's grandmother.
Bieber's grandparents, Diane and Bruce Dale, donated the items to raise money for the food bank and organizers say Bieber signed them when he was in the area over the holidays.
The winning bids aren't finalized until confirmed by eBay.