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Sorry to hear about this situation. It's tough when people in positions of power over you aren't accurate in how they describe what you did.
Yes, I would go to her first and speak to her about possibly revising the statement. You need to be very nice and sensitive with her, because you don't want her to retaliate against you. So that is the risk of doing this. You have to decide if it is worth it for you to challenge her because she may feel like you are accusing her of lying, and then she might get angry.
But that would be the first step here is to talk to her directly, before going to one of her superiors.
Please let me know if you have any questions about this.
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