Pete Davidson arrives at the premiere of Netflix's "The Dirt" at ArcLight Hollywood on March 18, 2019 in Hollywood, California.

Pete Davidson arrives at the premiere of Netflix's "The Dirt" at ArcLight Hollywood on March 18, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images/TNS)

A few weeks after comedian Pete Davidson jeered UCF students as "retarded" and abruptly halted a performance on campus, the "Saturday Night Live" cast member began making audiences sign nondisclosure agreements, according to a new report.

Fans who sign agree not to discuss the content of his show on any platform, including social media, entertainment news site Consequence of Sound reported Saturday.

Davidson has been requiring the contract since at least Nov. 7, and violators must pay $1 million, the website says.

A ticket buyer named Stacy Young complained about the NDA on Facebook on Nov. 27.

She wrote of the San Francisco show's NDA: "In short, by signing this agreement, you are agreeing not to discuss any details of the show you are about to watch or your experiences at this event, period."

When Davidson performed in August at the University of Central Florida, he berated a fan who was filming his show at Addition Financial Arena.

During his UCF rant, Davison said: "Whenever somebody else comes to your f---ing town who wants to perform and is exhausted and flies all the way to the middle of f---ing nowhere to do jokes for you privileged little a--holes, don't f---ing ruin the show for people who actually want to be here."

A spokesman for UCF later said: "Mr. Davidson's abusive language, particularly his use of a derogatory slur, is contrary to the University of Central Florida's values of inclusion and respect for all. It's disappointing that his rant spoiled an event that was meant to welcome students back for the fall semester."

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