Former NBA and Georgia Tech star Jarrett Jack is accused of giving recruits, including current Chicago Bulls rookie forward Wendell Carter Jr., money to spend at the strip club during their visits to Georgia Tech.

According to reports, Jack, a former Assistant coach, and a former friend of Yellow Jackets basketball coach Josh Pastner are all being charged with multiple alleged rules violations, including Level I violations, which are the most serious under NCAA rules. 

"Jack, whom the NCAA declared to be a representative of Georgia Tech's athletics interests, is alleged to have provided Carter and an unidentified then-Georgia Tech player with $300 for the strip club visit, the sources told ESPN."

Jack, 35, played at Georgia Tech for three seasons between 2002-2005 before heading to the NBA. The 13-year veteran signed with the New Orleans Pelicans a week before training camp, but was released in October and has not played since.

Georgia Tech will have until May 16 to respond to the NCAA, according to ESPN. The Yellow Jackets finished with a 14-18 record this season, including 6-12 in the ACC, after losing to Notre Dame in the first round of the ACC Tournament on Tuesday.