A female worker was reportedly interrogated by police and her boss several times over alleged political statements she posted on social media, Evrensel daily reported.

According to the daily, Nermin Kılıç, an employee working at a private company in İstanbul, was briefly detained and then interrogated by police officers in plain clothes after an anonymous compliant over her Facebook posts.

Police reportedly accused her of posting statements wishing to see “death of more Turkish soldiers and police officers in the future.”

Kılıç reportedly rejected the accusations and told the daily that she was also asked a wide range of personal questions including, whether she has any affiliation with any political party, social group, and if she is married and has kids.