There’s no respite for actor-TV host Anasuya Bharadwaj. A police complaint has been reportedly filed against the TV personality, after she allegedly threw and broke the phone of a fan who wanted to click a selfie with her. Reports indicate that the complaint was filed by a woman at the Tarnaka police station, claiming that Anasuya broke her phone.  The incident took place on Tuesday when Anusaya left her mother’s residence in Tarnaka. She was reportedly approached by a boy who wanted to click a selfie with her. Also Read - Sushant Singh Rajput's Family Lawyer Vikas Singh Slams Rhea Chakraborty's Complaint Against Priyanka Singh

According to media reports, the police complaint read, “Anasuya had gone to Tarnaka area on some work and a kid who happened to spot her on the road, approached her to take a selfie with her. Anasuya, who doesn’t like this sort of thing, grabbed the mobile phone from the kid’s hand and flung it down, damaging it in the process.” Thereafter, the actress took to her micro-blogging profile and tweeted, “Not that the country needs such news.. But… to those whom I am answerable to… #facts I am sorry his phone broke but I think it’s not fair that I should be blamed for what I reportedly didn’t, we need our privacy.” However, she was later trolled for her tweet, which led her to delete her Twitter account. She also reportedly deleted her Facebook account. (ALSO READ : Prabhas And Anushka Shetty Wedding: Actress’ Blunt Response Will Clear All Rumours, Doubts And Speculations) Also Read - Vivek Tiwari's Killing: BJP Files Complaint Against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Over 'Hindu' Remark

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A Twitter user said, “Learn how to behave after becoming a celebrity. Deleting Twitter is not the answer for the breaking phone of a common person. This is how you treat people who ask for a selfie. Shame on you!” However, a few of her fans also supported her. One of them tweeted, “What you did today morning is absolutely fine. I don’t understand why our people don’t respect privacy and stress.”Speaking about the incident, G Jagan, SHO Osmania University Police Station, told The Times of India, “Yes, we have received a complaint regarding this today. We are looking at the evidence and enquiring into this matter. From what we know, Anasuya had refused to take a selfie and while she was hurriedly leaving, the boy’s phone broke.”