ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 24: Jack Watts of Port Adelaide during the round 23 AFL match between Port Adelaide Power and the Essendon Bombers at Adelaide Oval on August 24, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Recently retired Port Adelaide veteran Jack Watts faces charges over an alleged crash earlier this month, according to 7News.

The alleged incident occurred in Adelaide’s west on September 20 – four days prior to the 29-year old announcing his retirement.

It is alleged that Watts collided with another vehicle and faces charges for driving without care and failing to report a crash.

He was reported to police following an investigation into the incident.

“Police outlined the allegations that Watts was driving a Toyota Kluger at 2pm on Coral Sea Road and failed to stop after colliding with a parked Mazda Sedan,” Channel 7 reporter Mark Mooney said.

“Watts will have to front court. but a short time ago his manager told 7 News the collision was minor and he will be defending the charges.”

The former No. 1 pick played 174 for the Demons and Port Adelaide across his 11-year career.