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She might well exaggerate. Quite often they do. There is nothing that can be done about that now really. The only thing is that she will need to prove the damage and unless she is going to cause it herself that would be impossible.
They will probably just offer you a conditional caution anyway. If you pay for the damage then you would just be cautioned for criminal damage.
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It does stay on your record but it isn't a criminal conviction.
Yes, of course she is. This is classic female abuse.
Only if she lies and says you caused it.
But then it would probably still be a conditional caution.
It is possible that she could lie obviously.
Well anything is possible.
If her lies are believed that could happen.
Yes, she can do that.
Yes, you probably should wait for police contact. No point in making admissions.
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