The man at the center of an Ohio State football recruiting controversy has been arrested in Ashland, Ky., on charges of violating his parole.
Charles Eric Waugh, 31, was charged with one count of failure to comply with the Kentucky sexual offender registry.
Waugh allegedly failed to disclose to the probation and parole board the Internet communication identities he was using.
The investigation by Kenucky state police revealed that he had Twitter, Facebook and email accounts under an alias.
Wyomissing junior Alex Anzalone, who had given an oral commitment to attend Ohio State, was one of several Buckeyes players and recruits contacted by Waugh via social media and in person.
Anzalone, one of the top linebacker prospects in the country, de-committed from Ohio State Friday, citing that contact.
The Ohio State athletic department has issued a statement, distancing itself from Waugh.