The Beckham clan descended on Sin City for the eagerly-anticipated Vega Grand Prix and following the race the brothers and some pals headed to the casino.
Nevada State law details: ‘You must be 21 or over to drink or gamble. Those under 21 can walk through the casino, but they cannot stand around the gaming areas, even if accompanied by an adult.’
Cruz, who was casually-clad in skater-inspired garb, stood alongside his brother, who was clutching a beer, and a pal near a gambling table lined with chairs.
MailOnline has contacted the Beckhams’ representatives for comment.
Hey there: Cruz Beckham, 18, joined his brother Brooklyn, 24, in a Las Vegas casino over the weekend, despite over 21 laws in Nevada
Hit me up: The Beckham clan descended on Sin City for the eagerly-anticipated Vega Grand Prix and following the race the brothers and some pals headed to the casino
At the race earlier in the day, the boys hung out with their dad David alongside a slew of superstars attending the widely-discussed race.
Cruz turned 18 back in February and since hitting the UK legal age of drinking and clubbing, he wasted no time in getting in the party spirit.
Shortly after his birthday, he was seen partying at celebrity hotspot Chiltern Firehouse until 3am, just days after he showed off his new £32,900 Rolex watch, which he was gifted as part of the celebrations.
The aspiring singer showed off a solid gold Rolex while sinking his first legal pint with father David and older brother Romeo at a London pub at the time.
The distinctive gold strap and midnight blue face indicated his lavish gift was a Rolex Submariner Date – available on the luxury brand’s official site for the sum of £32,900.
Boasting a yellow gold wrist strap around a solid-link Oyster bracelet, the waterproof timepiece was traditionally designed as a diver’s watch.
Pre-owned Submariner’s can cost considerably more than its base retail price, with one website offering a vintage edition of the watch for no less than £48,990.
Leading the way: Brooklyn took charge as he led the way with a drink in hand
Woo! Cruz turned 18 back in February and since hitting the UK legal age of drinking and clubbing, he wasted no time in getting in the party spirit
Back in 2015, Brooklyn faced the brunt of being underage on the party scene when he was turned away from a London Fashion Week party.
A representative for the star said at the time: ‘He was invited to the Wonderland party – but when he turned up they had to explain even though he had been invited their licensing rules meant he had to be over 18. All fine no drama.’
Cruz’s Vegas appearance comes after he scored a huge personal accolade – by landing in Tatler‘s annual Little Black Book, which is a list of the country’s top ten eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.
The superstar off spring came in second place as he was hailed by the high society magazine as a young Sir Paul McCartney after splitting from his long-term girlfriend Tana Holding earlier this year – as exclusively revealed by MailOnline.
Announcing he was pipped to the number one spot by the Princess Olympia of Greece, 27, the publication said of aspiring musician and youngest son of Posh and Becks: ‘Is 18-year-old Cruz a Belieber?’
The publication continued: ‘Just look at his white vests, chain necklaces and budding songwriting career – very Justin circa 2012.
‘But after showing off his music skills on Instagram with a Beatles hit, this young buck may see himself more as a mini Paul McCartney. If you’re lucky, he might serenade you at the Beckhams’ Holland Park pile.’
Bachelor: Cruz’s Vegas appearance comes after he scored a huge personal accolade – by landing in Tatler ‘s annual Little Black Book, which is a list of the country’s top ten eligible bachelors and bachelorettes