Victoria Beckham swiftly escorted her daughter, Harper, out of busy Miami restaurant Gekko after a brawl broke out between a patron and security on Friday night.
In a video obtained by Page Six, an unidentified man with a bloody face claimed that security kicked him out and punched him in the face after suspecting he was trying to sneak a photo of Lionel Messi.
“They jumped at us. … Just because my homeboy was trying to take a picture with his wife, not with Beckham or Messi, nothing. It was a family thing,” the man said in the footage.
A woman can also be heard saying, “He’s a family man, celebrating his daughter’s 21st birthday.”
“An intoxicated guest was overbearingly taking photos of fellow guests and was asked to stop. He continued taking photos and was calmly escorted off property,” the rep told us.
“The guest then returned in an aggressive attempt to rush the door and re-enter the restaurant, to which he was prevented from entering.”
At another point in the video, the man and his companions can be seen yelling at security from outside the Miami hotspot.
One woman can be heard repeatedly yelling for the employee who allegedly punched the man to be fired.
“How dare you! Where’s the manager? How f—king dare you! That’s f—king crazy!” she yelled. “Someone needs to get fired.”
Shortly after the brawl, Victoria put her daughter in a vehicle with friends before reentering the eatery where she and husband David Beckham were celebrating with soccer player Messi and his wife, Antonela Roccuzzo, following Inter Miami’s win that day.
The fashion designer, 49, recapped the night with a lighthearted post on her Instagram, writing in the caption, “I LOVE MIAMI!!!!”
Victoria, who avoided addressing the brawl on social media, added that she had “so much fun” during the outing.
Restaurant co-owner Grutman, who partied with the group, also posted about the evening on his own Instagram.
“Casual Friday @gekkomiami,” the nightclub mogul captioned photos of himself alongside Messi, David and other stars in attendance.