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I'm not sure what you are hoping to achieve?he is entitled to say that he received a report they felt threatened. It doesn't imply an assault at all or, in fact, any unlawful conduct. Threats can be perfectly lawful.
It is probably a good idea to write back putting on record that you dispute that you did anything to cause her to feel like that and it is worth doing it in writing but you cannot force him to withdraw.
This does not amount to a defamation.
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