A medical doctor in Turkey was arrested by a court on Wednesday and sent to pretrial detention on charges of insulting the country’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Family practitioner, identified with her initials C.F. appeared before a judge in Hatay province and admitted that the social media posts she was accused of writing were in fact hers.

C.F. will stand trial at a later date.

According to the Turkish Penal Code (TCK) insulting the president carries a sentence of between one and four years.

In 2016, 3,658 people were charged with insulting the president.

This article originally appeared in Turkish Minute on Nov 28.