You're missing the point. There is nothing for you to prove. There is no proceeding against you. Leave her alone and get on with your life. Leave her parents alone too. If she bothers you, call the police and tell them so. The police clearly don't believe her and they are looking to help you. She will be arrested and all of this will stop. That's why you went into court in the first place -- to be left in peace.
Again, she is the subject of this order. YOU and not she would have the better chance of effecting a modification, because it is against her. If this is a family court restraining order, if she were to file a motion with the court to try to modify the order, you would be served with a notice that you'd have to appear in court and there would be a hearing as to whether or not the order should be lifted.. If this is a criminal
order of protection, there's a prosecutor who handled/is handling the case against her on your behalf. Talk to the prosecutor and let him/her know that she's causing you problems.
Finally, cell records only show that a call was made, when, and to what number. It would not give the content of any calls. You already have on your own machine at home, evidence that she and her family have called you and when.
You already know it's not too late, because the police shut her down cold. Either you want the order -- in which case don't take or return her calls and don't send her messages through her family -- or you don't want the order . Make up your mind and behave accordingly.