Monday, December 16, 2013

Derek Jeter’s ‘St. Jetersburg’ has strict ‘no cameras’ house rule

If you're ever lucky enough to get inside Derek Jeter's sprawling St. Petersburg mansion, don't expect a souvenir snapshot.

The Yankees shortstop has a strict “no camera or phones” rule when it comes to his  30,875-square-foot, multimillion dollar Davis Island home, dubbed “St. Jetersburg” by the locals.

All guests are expected to plunk down their camera phones before entering the notoriously private Jeter's castle, reports Page Six of the N.Y. Post.

“He points and says, ‘Phones go there,’ so no one can take pictures inside his house,” says a source.

You might leave the place with a swag bag — but don't expect a selfie.

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