The ex-MCR guitarist is currently touring Russia with his band Frank Iero And The Patience. They will then kick off a North American tour in April.
Posting an open letter to Twitter, Iero asked fans to “respect boundaries” after suggested that fans had been “following us to train stations” and involved in “high speed taxi chases”.
“I truly appreciate your love & enthusiasm,” Iero wrote, adding that these instances “not only [are] extremely unsafe [but] it adds an incredible amount of stress to our work & travel, & strips us of the small amount of privacy we so desperately need”.
Read Iero’s message in full below.
Important, please translate and share. Thanks xofrnk pic.twitter.com/rRlVCsTTwV
— frnkiero: Party Dad (@FrankIero) March 14, 2017
He later posted the message translated to Russian:
Important message from yesterday translated. Please share, thank you xofrnk pic.twitter.com/hyyZKb4sRR
— frnkiero: Party Dad (@FrankIero) March 15, 2017
Last year, Iero cancelled a series of live dates after he and his fellow bandmates were involved in a car accident in Australia. Iero was involved in a crash between a bus and his tour van. A local report stated that Iero had “escaped injury but two other men had to be taken to hospital”. The guitarist was set to play Sydney’s Metro Theatre with his band later that night (October 13).