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SAN ANTONIO, TX - APRIL 01: Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco performs during the Capital One JamFest onstage at the NCAA March Madness Music Festival at Hemisfair on April 1, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Turner)

Brendon Urie (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for MTV)

Panic! at the Disco is in the midst of the most successful year in their career. But with the band’s immense success has come an invasion of their privacy, and their manager has had enough.

On Sunday, Zack Hall took to Twitter to announce that he will no longer allow fans to ask for photos or autographs outside of their hotel.

“That’s that. No more taking pictures or getting autographs at our hotels,” he wrote. “That’s our weird little home away from home and I’m done feeling creeped out because you are creepy enough to think that’s ok to come and wait for us to walk past you. Love you guys but please stop.”

Hall has previously warned fans against crossing lines with the band, be it hiding and waiting for them or grabbing at frontman Brendon Urie.

Urie said he felt violated when fans would kiss him during performances of “Death of a Bachelor,” where he would walk into the audience for what they refer to as the “Death Walk.”

During the “Death Walk,” Urie said that he went to hug a fan who instead kissed his neck.

“The neck kiss is so intimate, too,” he said.  ‘”It’s like an extra ‘F**k you!’ to me. You know what I mean? Please stop kissing me on the ‘death walk.”

Hall then promptly added that anyone who crossed the line again would be kicked out of the show.

“Just a heads up folks. I’m done with this crap of kissing Brendon during the ‘death walk,'” he wrote. “If I see it, you will be kicked out of the show right way. The end.”