The TikTok star says Disney World placed a lifetime ban on him.
This fan is done with the House of Mouse.
Disputed Jason Jeter, a TikTok star and resident Disney fan, says he has been permanently barred from Disney World due to trespassing.
The social media influencer, also known as Jete and @showmelovejete, said in a new TikTok that Disney security circled his car outside the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Jeter said that he was at the Disney World resort to purchase food. The influencer said he was a former employee of the world-famous theme park but was let go in March. He was reportedly fired from the organization for sharing TikTok videos of himself drinking from the company’s intricate fountains and entering a closed-off Disney wedding spot.
Disney World representatives did not respond to The Post’s request for clarification on Jeter’s assertions.
“The worst-case scenario occurred,” Jeter said in his video. “As soon as I exit the vehicle, the Orange County Police Department arrives. ‘Hello, Jason Jeter. We have a Disney trespass alert for you. You are no longer permitted on the premises.'”
He added that four Disney employees approached him and explained why he was banned, including a security guard, two people dressed in suits, and a “Disney investigator.”
“Then, to add insult to injury, they say, ‘Oh, it’s a lifetime ban,’” Jeter added. “I will never, ever return to Disney.” He then played a video of a car tailing him as he exited the resort.
On March 13, the comedian posted a TikTok video in which he demonstrated himself walking through Disney’s wedding venue at the Grand Floridian Resort without assistance from employees.
“I had no idea they left the doors open in this manner?” In his video, Jeter enquired.
“Why, Disney, will you leave this wide open? What about me? Many thanks. I’m grateful.”
Jeter also posted a video of himself drinking and then spitting out water from five decorative fountains at the Disney Springs shopping center.
On March 18, Jeter revealed in another TikTok video that his manager received an email from Walt Disney Company executives stating that they did not “appreciate” his videos. Additionally, the emails relayed to Jeter allegedly stated that he would no longer be “allowed backstage.”