AceShowbiz - Pete Davidson has very strict rules for anyone attending his stand-up comedy shows. Not only does the "Saturday Night Live" comedian forbid audience from spreading the content of his performance but he also bans them from discussing and commenting about it on the internet.
"The Suicide Squad" actor took extreme measures by handing out non-disclosure agreements at his shows. This was revealed following his recent show at the Sydney Goldstein Theater where anyone who refused to sign the NDA was not allowed into the venue and given a refund instead.
One attendee, Stacy Young, posted the NDA on Facebook, "The individual shall not give any interviews, offer any opinions or critiques, or otherwise participate by any means or in any form whatsoever (including by not limited to blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, or any other social networking or other websites whether no existing or hereafter created."
Breaking the contract will get the attendee penalized with a $1 million fine. "In the event of breach of this agreement, individual shall pay company, upon demand, as liquidated damages, the sum of one million dollars, plus any out of pocket expense," so the NDA reads.
According to Twitter posts, Davidson had made fans sign NDA at least since his November 7 gig in Minneapolis. "We saw Pete Davidson at the Varisty but I cannot comment on it because I signed an NDA," one audience member wrote.
His representative hasn't given any response. The "SNL" member is expected to continue asking audience to sign non-disclosure agreements at his upcoming shows. He still has two more shows with John Mulaney in Florida on December 8 and 9.