I deleted a repository that I shouldn't have been allowed to.
I imported all my repositories from Github and somehow Bitbucket automatically detected that one of them was a fork of an existing repository. Except that in my feed it labeled that earlier repository as a fork of mine.
Then I went through and cleaned out the repositories that I didn't want on this account.
And I mindlessly clicked through to the (owned by someone else) "forked" one, to delete it after deleting the repository that I imported that bitbucket thought had been forked.
And unfortunately I think it worked.
Here are the entries from my activity (in reverse chronological order, as listed): 38 Zeros 38 Zeros deleted keyvanfatehi/followingrobot 11 minutes ago 38 Zeros 38 Zeros deleted 38zeros/followingrobot 11 minutes ago
And here are the entries from the other account's activity: 38 Zeros deleted keyvanfatehi/followingrobot 11 minutes ago
And the repository is not listed at: https://bitbucket.org/keyvanfatehi/profile/repositories
Keep in mind I don't know if it ever was listed there -- I have no relation to the other account holder other than I forked one of their repositories on Github.