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FRESNO, CA – I learned from John Bender that all you need to be a high school wrestler was a lobotomy and some tights, but I didn’t realize just how far into the realm of homosexuality a wrestler must be willing to travel. Seems there is a legal move in wrestling called the “butt drag.” This move consists of one wrestler putting his hands in the crack of another wrestler’s ass to position him. It is often taken a step further with a wrestler sometimes checking what his opponent had for dinner by shoving his fingers up his asshole. One teen, 17-year-old Preston Hill, used the butt drag on a 15-year-old during wrestling practice and is in now in court this week answering to sexual battery charges. The victim’s father says his son was penetrated for 30 seconds by Hill, causing some minor damage. “This kid basically targeted my son, pinned him to the ground and assaulted him,” he said. The 15-year-old also claims Hill made a threatening gesture at him before the match, a claim Hill denies. Hill also says his coaches taught him the move, and after watching some video of this move in action, I believe him — although I question they told him to conduct a prostate exam — but who knows, it’s all pretty gay to me. Hill isn’t just fighting these charges, his dirty digits also have him fighting his possible expulsion from Buchanan High School.

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  • mommacrazy30

    just say no to anal penetration in sports. and then again, i wonder if he sniffed his fingers when he was done…

  • Miss Anthrope

    Shame on you Morbid! The term “gay” should not be used as a pejorative term regardless of the latent homosexuality tendencies the “butt drag” may have. I did e-mail this article to my son though (He is not gay that I am aware of but he does wrestle) I have never seen him use this particular move but I do know that he has no qualms about using psych-out tactics against other wrestlers who are homophobic!

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    i’m extremely happy that the parents had the sense to get him to the doctor asap to get him checked out for any anal injury and get that shit documented. that’s going to help them out a lot in court.

    can’t even imagine how hard it would be trying to prove that it was sexual assault if the move is considered “legal” without there being some type of injury.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Miss Anthrope: Who said I was using “gay” as a pejorative term? Hell, sometimes I wish I were gay…then I could just go to the park at lunch and get my dick sucked by a stranger for free. I meant the word exactly how I said it. Wrestling, too me, seems gay. Like Professional wrestling, leather pants, mustaches, UFC, frappucinos, flip flops, quiches, frosted hair and track lighting.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Domino: I don’t see how it can be considered sexual assault even with an injury. It wasn’t done in a sexual manner any more than getting punched in the nuts on purpose during a boxing match. Charging this kid with a sex crime is asinine…no pun intended.

  • fAcE

    Hmmmm. My daughter is a wrestler, and I have never seen girls use this move on each other but I have seen the boys use it. There is a huge difference between the butt drag and anal penetration though. Apparently there was an investigation that brought other matters to light that would prompt them to bring these charges. Makes me nervous though because I would hate to think that during the normal course of a bout that some girl could accuse my daughter of some type of sex crime and have a precedent like this for it.

    I’ve always thought the term butt drag was better suited to what dogs do when their anal glans are full better than a wrestling term anyway.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=12 Athena

    @Morbid: I think, in this situation, they’re bound by legal definition. Penetration is the key. Penetration of the unwilling is, by definition, sexual assault, even if the intent is not sexual.

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    @Morbid: if a person feels violated because it happens, it should be considered sexual assault. he stuck his finger up the guys ass. for approximately 30 seconds – that’s not an accident, that’s an assault.

    you kick someone in their balls – i think it should be sexual assault. there’s no reason to be touching anyone’s genitals like that in any case without some sort of repercussion. i think it will make people think twice before all this jock play that happens in locker rooms around the world. with all these cases now having a name like SEXUAL ASSAULT.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Domino: If a person feels violated having someone’s fingers up their ass then maybe they shouldn’t be participating in a sport where someone putting fingers up your ass is a legal move.

    But you just admitted you think someone who kicks someone else in the balls should be charged with sexual assault, so I’m not real sure why I am even discussing this with you. :P

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Athena: Then I guess by me (or anyone else) putting up those Youtube videos showing “butt drag” move, have just published child pornography?

    I did a quick check and for a sexual battery charge, a prosecutor must prove three fact.

    (1) That you touched the intimate part of another,

    (2) That the touching was

    (a) Against the will of the other person, or

    (b) That consent was fraudulently obtained, and

    (3) That you touched the other person to specifically cause sexual arousal, sexual gratification, or sexual abuse.

    That last part will be the kicker. It has nothing to do with penetration at all. If this is a move that is used by wrestlers (as it has been shown to be) then I will be surprised if they will get past that third qualifier.

  • behemoth

    The charges will be dropped the move will not and should not be made illegal. They will market a new cup for wrestlers that extends around to protect the anus, All this is a marketing ploy for a new cup.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/deadskinmask213 deadskinmask213

    @fAcE: I could think of a few moves that females could do to psych eachother out but naming them at work would probably get me fired.

  • Wildheart

    @Morbid:

    UFC, frappucinos, flip flops, quiches, frosted hair

    Well with Josh Koscheck you get both UFC AND frosted hair…..GAY! (I could tell from the way he kept commenting on the fighters’ asses when he was coaching on The Ultimate Fighter). LOL!

  • NBROWNMA

    @Morbid: I can understand what you are saying about the “buttdrag” being a legal move and not assault BUT when dude put his fingers up other dudes ass that to me was beyond what wrestling considers a “legal” move. To me it does justify assault charges ONLY because what you put as #3(last words: sexual abuse) being once dude decided to stick his fingers up there he knew @ 17yrs old that it was assault and beyond what was considered legal, JMO
    PS: I agree way too gay with sweaty men grappling eachother!!

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=12 Athena

    @Morbid: No, the penetration IS the key. Penetration is not a traditional or sanctioned part of the butt drag. The kid is not being charged because of the butt drag, he’s being charged for taking it a step further and shoving two of his fingers into the boy’s anus to the tune of minor injury. That is, pretty much by its very nature, sexual abuse, due to the stigma society has attached to penetration.

    Personally, I don’t know exactly where the line is drawn; it probably differs from one jurisdiction to the next. A judge in Iowa determined that a kick to the groin “rises to the same level of severity as sexual assault”. Based on all sexual assault laws I’m familiar with, an unprovoked kick to the groin qualifies as sexual assault. Why it’s not charged as such… probably gender bias. But penetration is so synonymous with sexual battery/assault that I’m not surprised at all that such charges were filed.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    I am fully aware of why he is being charged and have already stated that the actual insertion of fingers is not part of the official move…but I also included video showing multiple cases of fingers going up asses in front of crowds and referees with nothing being said. They will not get a sexual assault conviction.

    My kick to the groin analogy was in reference to a sports activity. Not sure if your judge in Iowa was ruling on an intentional kick to the groin between opponents in a sporting event.

  • John Q. Public

    I think that if someone stuck his finger up my ass and I didn’t want that, I would let the crowd know that something stinks in the state of Denmark.

    Wrestling is homoerotic. I thought so in High School and I think so now. I think it is to gay guys what female mud wrestling is to straight guys.

    Honest to God. A finger up his ass and he didn’t stop the match or protest in the least. BTW who won the match?

  • http://newmanpoop.blogspot.com/ NEWMAN

    Sounds like foreplay!

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=12 Athena

    @Morbid: Considering my experience with the justice system was in CA, I’ll just say that the convictions they get never cease to amaze me. I’m not willing to place a bet. Maybe if it were somewhere else, but not CA. Not Fresno. :P

  • MinorAbrasions

    Loooooove the reference to The Breakfast Club.

  • VXIII

    This is just hight school wrestling, they go into it knowing its a legal move and could happen, (probobly even hoping it will happen) parents have to sign paperwork and waivers for their kids to wrestle, I wanna know about Pro Wrestlers, like the ones in the Olympics, do they do this also? to me it kind of seems like a dirty move but hell lots of people will do anything to win… If this is a ;egal move, then the kid went into it knowing full welll and thats just the rules of the game, I take it he lost the match and hes pissed now and feeling a little … ashamed maybe?

  • VXIII

    P.S. How far can you stick your fingers up a guys ass anyway with all those ball guards and protective gear they wear anyway, their wrestling outfit isnt that stretchy, is it?

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    @VXIII: OBVIOUSLY far enough to cause an injury that can be documented and used against him in a court of law.

    i mean really people. lets just take a moment to see it from the victim – do you think he’s out for sympathy?? do you have any idea how much ridicule this kid is probably facing for admitting someone stuck a finger up his ass and hurt him? this kid is in for a world of hurt just for taking a stand and admitting this happened. shit like this is embarrassing to teenage boys. i really doubt he would make it up. look at how many teenage girls get raped heterosexually and face severe bullying because of it. now imagine all the LOL’s to be had for a male wrestler who gets finger fucked in a match.

    the kid stated that before the match the guy he was going to wrestle made gestures – that’s an important detail to pay attention to. the victim probably thought his opponent was trying to psyche him up or surely not going to go to extreme measures.

    i mean just because most of the people who participate on this site are used to having their heads stuck up their ass, doesn’t mean that everyone’s asshole is capable of accommodating such girth without an injury.

    i believe the kid.

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    @Morbid: yeah because smashing someone’s reproductive organs for the lulz is just kids being kids.

    i’m sure the kid probably doesn’t mind the physical aspect of the sport, and ACCIDENTAL injury to be had. the kid is mad and injured because he felt it wasn’t an accident.

  • Miss Anthrope

    I showed my son the video and asked him about this move and he was absolutely mortified! He is only in junior high but he could not believe that this move was legal – He further said that it was bad enough that wrestlers already had a stigma for being “gay” and that this move would only compound the problem. He made it pretty clear that he would beat the crap out of anyone who tried such a move on him.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Domino: Hysterical much? Again, this is a wrestling move that the referees do not seem to have an issue with. It was taught to the kid and he used it. As someone stated before, with the protective gear the “victim” was wearing, I’m sure the injuries were just abrasions.

    I’m not condoning any of it, but it is a sport and people get hurt. This kid’s Dad is angry his son was embarrassed by a teammate and is now clogging the courts with trivial bullshit and possibly ruining another teen’s life for performing a move that is for now, completely acceptable in wrestling…as evident by the referee walking around them as it is being done in front of a crowd.

    What a bunch of coddling whiners.

  • JGo555

    @Morbid: you forgot Madonna & Lady Gaga music.

  • John Q. Public

    @Domino: I don’t think the kid readily admitted anything. I actually think that the boy’s father smelled money. Wonder how the father’s finances look these days.

    The real question, to put things beyond doubt, is whether this “injury” is the result of an insertion through tight spandex (not likely) and a difficult bowel movement.

    The older kid is probably dumbfounded wondering if what he did was penetration. It probably wasn’t by an adult’s point of view.

  • VXIII

    That analogy about a girl being raped is not the same thing. There are rules and legal moves in sports, the people participating in the sport know those moves and rules and should expect that it could happen to them, comparing it to a girl being raped is kind of like a fallacical butt drag move….

  • VXIII

    John Q has it right, kids pissed he lost, hes embar-assed and now wants to cry foul and foul is the referees call in a sport no matter what anyone else looking on says…

  • John Q. Public

    @VXIII: Actually I think the father smells money.

  • John Q. Public

    @VXIII: You are absolutely correct that this is not the same thing as a girl being raped. It is sad that anyone can actually equate this to that.

  • John Q. Public

    @Morbid: You get my nod of approval, but I still think the dad smells money more than revenge.

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    @Morbid: clearly you can see my hysteria. excuse me while i wipe the snot and the tears away. i’ll try to regain my composure.

    i don’t have a problem with the move itself, and i really doubt the victim did either. but as the coach said… insertion isn’t part of that move, and he doesn’t teach that.

    the dad is angry that his kid was pranked or abused or whatever you want to call it to the extent he had his asshole injured – who the fuck wouldn’t be? it wasn’t done as an accident, it was done to be cruel – that’s the problem.

    like i pointed out before, i really doubt this kid is making it up, it takes a lot of balls to stand up and admit your team mate finger fucked you during a practice. his life at that school is probably ruined. hell it didn’t take you more than the span of typing out the story to throw in some reference to the sport being gay or to suggest the kid suck it up.

  • http://www.myspace.com/___domino___ Domino

    @John Q. Public: the kid is underage and probably humiliated enough. i really don’t think he wants to go on the local news spouting off about this type of thing.

    as for the father smelling money from a public school. good luck with that shit! they’re closing schools down left and right, and i’m sure he knows it. there’s really no money to be had here from the school – it’s not like the teacher inserted his finger into the kid during a practice – now i’m sure if that were to have happened everyone would totally agree to hang this teacher by his balls and let someone make him his prison bitch. funny how opinions change from one story to the next with minor details being altered. can’t really say i’m not guilty of it, but it sure is interesting.

  • John Q. Public

    @Domino: Domino you are partially correct. The individual school has no money for such a lawsuit, but the school board is insured regarding all business of the school including school sponsored activities which include sports which includes wrestling. The accused was acting as trained as, apparently, is legal move in wrestling. I hold that some fathers are crap (witnessed by the articles on this sight) and that the father smells money enough to humiliate his son.

    The Advocate reported the following on December 8th, 2010:

    In 2007, South Dakota wrestler Jerome Hunt, then 17, was found guilty and sentenced to probation after being charged with rape for performing the same move on at least six other wrestlers.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=12 Athena

    @John Q. Public: Money, huh? You could be right, but if it was just money he was after, why not go straight to filing a civil suit? Granted, a civil suit is bolstered by a criminal conviction, but an acquital can actually put a civil suit in peril. It’s quite the gamble if money is the ultimate goal.

    It’ll be interesting to hear whether or not a civil suit is filed. If dad really is after money at the expense of his son… that’d disappoint me more than the though of high school boys shoving their fingers up the rectums of other teenage boys for the sake of sport.

  • John Q. Public

    @Athena: Well you are correct to an extent. Most men are horrified at the idea of another male’s fingers up their asses. Most women would be horrified by another male’s fingers up their son’s ass.

    I think the jury selection (if the defendant chooses this option) would sway against him and a judge will sway with public opinion in such a manner depending on the nature of his appointment or election.

    I think the 17 year old is fucked.

    I still think the father of the 15 year old has his eye on the prize.

  • Veronica

    @Morbid: “track lighting” I don’t know, Morbid…referencing Steel Magnolias seems pretty gay in itself.

  • John Q. Public

    @Athena: My guess is that the civil suit, as do most, will end in a settlement agreement including dropping the charges against the 17 year old. My guess is that the public attorney won’t push it if the plaintiff doesn’t push it.

    I will also bet that the criminal case will wait for the civil given the circumstances.

    Who knows, perhaps the 17 year old will file a civil suit against the school system for teaching him this move.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    @Veronica: And if it was? Steel Magnolias is a good movie. :P

  • John Q. Public

    @cant sign in: Let me speak from experience wrestling in high school. Everything happens so fast lots of things get groped and poked all the times… and guess what? Sometimes (straight and gay) get erections. It is just the nature of the sport.

    This is just a ruinous suit to the 17 year old wrestler. I reiterate that the 15 year old’s father is trying to get money from the municipality or its insurance underwriters.

  • Miss Anthrope

    @cant sign in:

    He has head gear, a mouth guard, and a jock strap – I did get him a cup but apparently it is too uncomfortable to wear the cup while wrestling. He wears a singlet and knee pads and I had to buy him wrestling shoes as well. He has been wrestling for three years now and while the “butt-drag” may be a legal move, a wrestler can execute the same technique just as successfully by grabbing the hamstring or calf of his opponent.

  • John Q. Public

    @Miss Anthrope: Everywhere we have legal options. Legal options that are, just that, legal are options that can be taken without penalty. This is parallele to the wrestling rules: whichever hold the wrestler chose that was in the confines of the rules is legal.

    Perhaps sports should stop in all public schools until we get a grip on the play nice and don’t cause any bruises in sports. The chess club, debate club, art club, and thespians would still be sanctioned until someone’s feelings get hurt.

  • fAcE

    @VXIII:

    P.S. How far can you stick your fingers up a guys ass anyway with all those ball guards and protective gear they wear anyway, their wrestling outfit isnt that stretchy, is it?

    Believe it or not, they do not wear protective gear other than the headgear (mandatory) which protects their ears and possibly a mouth guard (this is only mandatory if you wear braces). Girls also have to wear a typr of scarf to cover their hair but thats it. And the singlets are made of very stretchy material so the answer to your question is: apparently pretty far and for an extended length of time. Not saying it would be easy but it could happen.

  • Miss Anthrope

    @John Q. Public: I don’t dispute the legality of the wresting move or whatever option a wrestler chooses to utilize. However, sticking your fingers up a guys asshole and trying to manipulate him like he is a ventriloquist dummy or pretending to be the kids proctologist is not legal at all. My point was that the move is not necessary in order to achieve the desired effect

  • Miss Anthrope

    @cant sign in: lol! Pretty much they have the athletic supporter and the spandex – but the padded bike shorts is an excellent idea. In my son’s 3 years of wrestling he has never seen this move or undergone an impromptu prostate exam – I am guessing that this move is probably not a standard one.

  • John Q. Public

    @cant sign in: The crotch is reinforced with a second layer of spandex.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    Settlement reached….

    …the deal will require the defendant to apologize to the accuser and write an essay about the experience. A day after the defendant and his teammate got a lesson on tolerance and bullying, a group Fresno teens got the same hard hitting message.

    25 Fresno High students listened Friday to a message brought to them by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The message is the same one given a day earlier to an expelled 17-year-old Buchanan High School senior and his accusing teammate. Preston Hill is accused of sexually assaulting a freshman by taking a common move called the butt drag, too far.

    http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/local&id=7910971