Teen Wrestler Charged with Sexual Battery for Using "Butt Drag" Move
FRESNO, Calif. ( KTLA) -- A Fresno County teen wrestler is fighting sexual battery charges after he rammed his fingers into the rectum of an opponent.

Buchanan High School wrestler, 17-year-old Preston Hill, tackled a teammate and executed a move called the "butt drag" during a practice match in July, the Fresno Bee is reporting.

The teen is facing trial in Fresno on Thursday. Prosecutors have offered him a deal: stay out of trouble for several months and the case will be dismissed.

But, Hill's lawyer, Stephen Quade, says his client will likely reject the offer because he didn't do anything wrong.

The "butt drag" is a widely-used wrestling move that involves grabbing a rival's butt cheek and putting fingers in the anus to get leverage, the Fresno Bee reported.

A police report states that Hill allegedly stuck his fingers deep into the 14-year-old opponent's rectum, causing pain.

The 14-year-old's father told the Bee that Hill had bullied his son and "crossed the line" with the wrestling move.