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Hello, my name is Marcus.
From what you say you do not really anything to fear.
It would seem that she is guilty of blackmail.
They may well want to arrange an interview - the police are obliged to investigate any complaint - so you can give your side.
So I would suggest you call. Do not respond or say anything about the alleged offence.
Advise the police that you will want the duty solicitor - unless you want to instruct your own solicitor - you are likely to be entitled to legal aid so neither option will cost you.
You can at the interview make a complaint against her for assault and blackmail.
I am sorry things seem to get worse for you.
Do you have any further questions for me.
All you can do is see if they produce that text and if they do you can explain the context.
The criminal standard of proof to get a criminal conviction is very high - beyond any reasonable doubt.
The most likely outcome is NFA - no further action either way.
I do hope it works out for you. These things usually do. The police will not wish to ruin someone's career over such a matter.