Minors gambled at Caesar's Entertainment
The Nevada Gaming Commission has ordered Caesar's Entertainment to pay a $100,000 fine. The giant gambling group didn't prevent under-aged visitors to gamble and drink at its casinos. Minors aged 17 – 20 accessed the gambling parlors and were able to wager and drink alcoholic beverages in the period from January 2010 and May 2012.
Media report that visitors were able to enter the casinos although id-cards demonstrated they were under-aged. On one occasion, Harrah's Hotel & Casino enabled a 17-year-old customer to gamble at one of the tables for approximately 5 hours, while he also drank alcoholic beverages. The under-aged customer was not obliged to identify himself. Later, police officers detained the minor. Yesterday we reported about Australian casino bouncers who also failed to do their job properly
Bobbi Kristina Brown caught
Under-aged gamblers who get caught in Nevada-based casinos can face up to 6 months in prison or can be fined up to $1,000. However, CCTV footage showed how Bobbi Kristina Brown was enjoying herself at a Las Vegas casino. Together with her with boyfriend Nick Gordon she was spinning the reels of several slot machines inside the gambling venue.