Seven Iranian agents broke into the home of photographer, journalist and civil activist Alieh Matalabzadeh and "physically assaulted" her, according her daughter.
Ghazal Abdullahi said in a tweet on May 10 that the security forces confiscated her mother's phone and "all other electronic devices." They also summoned her to appear at the court based in Tehran's Evin prison "within five days."
Matalabzadeh's summons comes amid a crackdown by the authorities on dissent and the media.
Last month, the journalist and activist addressed the virtual panel discussion "Dialogue to Save Iran,” which was organized by a group of Iranian journalists and university professors.
In her speech, she criticized the government's repressive policies and accused officials of being corrupt.
Several other speakers at the conference have been arrested or summoned by security agencies.
Iranian authorities have cracked down hard on widespread anti-government protests triggered by the September 2022 death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody.
More than 520 people were killed by security forces during demonstrations and over 20,000 people were unlawfully detained, including dozens of journalists, activists say. Following biased trials, the judiciary has handed down stiff sentences, including the death penalty, to protesters.