Want to know what the inside of Derek Jeter's new 30,000-square-foot mansion in Tampa, Fla. looks like? Good luck finding out!

According to Page Six, Jeter has, not surprisingly, banned people from taking photos inside of his house. And we're not talking, like, paparazzi. He has banned everyone from taking photos by creating a strict "no cameras or phones" rule inside of the mansion, which has been dubbed "St. Jetersburg." He has also created a space near the entrance of the home where guests are reportedly asked to leave their cameras and phones, just in case they don't know how to follow his rules.

"He points and says, 'Phones go there,'" a source told Page Six, "so no one can take pictures inside his house."

Yeah, Jeets! No wonder there's hardly any dirt—well, any confirmed dirt—on this guy out there.

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[via New York Post]