Chris Cornell fans are being asked not to film their visits to his grave at the Hollywood Forever cemetery in Los Angeles.
Cemetery officials recently sent a letter to the late Soundgarden singer's widow, Vicky, saying that filming is against the cemetery's policy. Cornell's management team later tweeted a scanned copy of the letter, and asked fans for their understanding.
The letter did give props to the late singer’s fans saying they are "always respectful of his space and leave sweet gifts and notes," adding, "It is an honor to have your husband with us. We love that so many of his fans visit and spend the day here. Every time I pass his area, there is someone there visiting Chris. It is beautiful to see and reminds me how special and adored your husband is."
Cornell died on May 18th after hanging himself in a Detroit hotel room following a concert, and was cremated a few days later.