The NCAA has charged a former Georgia Tech assistant coach with Level 1 violation for a visit to a strip club that involved current Chicago Bulls rookie Wendell Carter Jr. and former Georgia Tech and NBA player Jarrett Jack, ESPN reports.

Jack, who acted on behalf of the NCAA as a booster for Georgia Tech’s athletic interests, also purportedly gave Carter and another unnamed then-Georgia Tech player $300 for the strip club.

Former assistant Darryl LaBarrie; Jarrett Jack; and Ron Bell, an ex-friend of Yellow Jackets basketball coach Josh Pastner, have been charged with multiple alleged offenses, including Level 1 violations, the most severe under the NCAA. The NCAA found that the incident occurred in November 2016, six months after LaBarrie was hired as Pastner’s assistant coach.