Tziporah Malkah has accused South Australian police of dragging her across a police station floor and letting her lie in her own urine after she was arrested for biting ex-partner, Guy Vasey on Friday.
Sharing a picture of her bruised arms on Instagram, the former actress and model wrote: ‘Please enjoy these bruises committed by the police.”
She also explained that she had bitten Vasey on Thursday and he had called the police 24 hours later.
“I was quietly on screen in my room, he called the police and had them come over, arrest me for assault, handcuff me and throw me into the paddy wagon,” she wrote.
“I was finally taken to (the) cop shop where among other things I was dragged along the floor, pushed and shoved and made to lie in my own urine in a cold room with no blanket.
“They would not allow me to take my medication or see a (doctor).”
South Australian police confirmed Daily Mail Australia that a '44-year-old woman from Port Elliot was arrested and charged with aggravated assault following a domestic incident at a Port Elliot home last night (26 January).'
'She was also issued with a Police Interim Intervention Order and was bailed to appear in Victor Harbor Magistrates Court on 5 February.'
SA Police have issued no statement regarding the social media allegations. Ms Malkah said in the post that she would be leaving Port Elliot once she had “organised moving vans and a police escort”.
Tziporah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, said she was considering moving back to Sydney.
“As for Guy Vasey, I wish him all the best,” she concluded.
The former teenage sweethearts have had a somewhat turbulent relationship since reuniting last year.
Earlier this month they announced that they had split, with Vasey accusing Malkah of “airing our dirty laundry online” and called her a “leach”, while she told him to go back to “that woman in Melbourne”.