ESPN personality Adnan Virk was reportedly fired from the network on Friday amid an investigation into leaked company information.

Virk, who had recently re-upped on a multi-year contract, is accused of leaking confidential company information to the media on multiple occasions, according to multiple reports.

During an investigation into the matter, Virk reportedly was not fully cooperative and, according to the New York Post, he was escorted off of ESPN's campus in Bristol, Connecticut on Friday.

“Adnan Virk no longer works at ESPN,” ESPN vice president Josh Krulewitz told The Post.

Virk, 40, joined ESPN in 2010 and had recently become a lead studio host for the network's college football coverage. He was also a featured host on ESPN's "Baseball Tonight," as well as their college basketball programming and various ESPN Radio spots.