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Legally a hostile work environment, according to the US Supreme Court, is one where your conduct was based ONLY on the age/race/sex/disability/national origin of the other employee (not vendor or contractor). So if they are claiming that taking an alleged hostile work environment it has to be on one of those grounds.
If they are making a false complaint, you can sue each person who made the false complaint for defamation/slander and seek damages from them. You can also file a written refute of the allegations with the employer with a copy of your evidence and ask it be included in your file, which is up to the employer. If the employer refuses, then you can pursue the vendor/contractors in court for damages to your status at work for defamation and seek money damages from them.