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Thank you for the information and your question and I am sorry to read about the situation. I would highly recommend that you do not discuss what happened with anyone, unless and until you are contacted by the police or an attorney for her. At that time, you should not make any statements at all except to your own attorney that you will want to hire at that time. It is important that you do not admit to her or anyone else what happened, as it won't help you at all at this point and can only potentially end up helping the State prove an assault charge or domestic battery, which is what you described, regardless of your lack of intent and her over exaggeration.
If she needs money for medical bills and asks you, it is up to you whether or not you pay her, but again, you do not want to admit you are responsible for her injuries.
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You're very welcome. From this point on you might want to consider not discussing the issue anymore, especially not with law enforcement. Best of luck to you.