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How many complaints has she made?
The police are quite unlikely to act I'm afraid. However, you could argue that this amounts to harassment which is technically a criminal offence as well but the police will not act. You could sue at the civil courts in harassment though. You do have that option.
Is not all that expensive to do that and six allegations, which can be proven to be inaccurate, certainly does amount to harassment. There is case law to the effect that making false allegations can be harassment.
However you do have the problem of proving that the allegations are false as opposed to just showing that they are disbelieved or trivial.
Can I clarify anything for you?
If you can show there were 6 then that is enough.
You will have to show they were false though.
A solicitors' letter would work well.
There is a very good article on the point here
R (Waxman) v Crown Prosecution Service  EWHC 133 (Admin)
Although there are others but if you want me to research it I would have to make a further offer.