(CNN) -- The family home of Iranian rock climber Elnaz Rekabi has been demolished, according to the pro-reform news outlet IranWire, after she rose to international prominence this fall for competing with her head uncovered.Rekabi competed without her hijab in South Korea in October, just as anti-regime protests swept Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini while in the custody of the morality police for allegedly not wearing her hijab properly.Some Iranian demonstrators saw Rekabi as a symbol of the national uprising calling for greater freedoms for women.
However, human rights groups expressed fears for her safety when she returned to Tehran.Footage obtained by CNN from IranWire shows a destroyed structure and medals on the ground.
The man filming the video clip describes what has happened to the house. The video clip also shows Rekabi's brother, Davood, crying.
Davood Rekabi is a sport climber champion himself with ten gold medals to his name, according to IranWire.The man filming the footage -- whose identity is not known -- says off camera, "This is the result of living in this country.