The New York Post’s Page Six has a piece on Derek Jeter in which it says no one is allowed to carry a cell phone in St. Jetersburg, The Captain’s 30,000-plus square-foot home.
According to the New York Post, Derek Jeter has a strict “no camera or phone” policy that he implements at his Florida mansion, which locals cleverly call it “St. Jetersburg.” Supposedly, Jeter keeps a basket near the front door of his castle and guests are expected to give up their phones upon entering the shortstop’s home.
He points and says, ‘Phones go there,’ so no one can take pictures inside his house,” a source told the Post.
So, if you are lucky and Jeter invites you over, leave your phone in the car.
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