Jim Jordan just 'snickered' when wrestler told him team doctor 'held my balls longer than normal': report
U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio speaking at the 2016 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Embattled Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio reportedly "snickered" at a student who complained that he had been fondled by a team's doctor.

A former OSU wrestler told CNN that he brought up the inappropriate behavior to Jordan when the now-congressman was an assistant wrestling coach.

The wrestler recalled telling Jordan "something to the effect of [the doctor's] hands are cold as s**t; he checked out every hair on my ball.'"

"I have nothing to do with this," Jordan replied and walked away, according to the wrestler.

The Ohio Republican recently came under fire after allegations surfaced that he knew the team's doctor, Dr. Richard Strauss, had fondled athletes.

For his part, Jordan has denied charges that he was aware of the abuse.

Read the entire report from CNN.