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Probably. Almost invariably, your intuition on a matter like this is correct. Fortunately, I think that if she was that drunk she wouldn't be capable of completing the act even if her intentions were otherwise. Just keep in mind that when someone is that far under the influence, it's not the same person you're married to. I suspect she probably really doesn't remember. So even if she did nothing wrong, she was just reminded of what could potentially happen when people are drinking heavily.
Really, the best policy is to be honest with her and ask. Trying to play detective for obsessing over the details trying to catch her an ally is far more stressful than it's worth. I trust my spouse is much as I can trust the person, yet, I've never been comfortable with "ladies night out" or "guys night out" because it fosters insecurity. Regardless of who somebody is and how upstanding they are bad things can more often happen when drinking gets out of control and we really are best off not putting ourselves in a position like that. If you are going to see this friend, the best thing you can do to foster trust is to introduce them to each other. It will encourage her to do the same if she has or develops any male friendships.
I would consider the fact that she's insecure about you going out as a good sign that her intentions overall are not bad regardless of what happened or didn't happen. If she had absolutely no concern with you going out with women, I would consider that a bad sign as opposed to the way she's acting. I consider this a good sign.
Remember to, there is a huge gap between meeting a nice looking black guy and sleeping with him. Everyone flirts, because it makes us feel good. You probably done or said things when you're alone that you wouldn't necessarily want her to have seen even though it wasn't necessarily "wrong". We all do it, so I would cut her some slack. But, it's obviously a serious situation if you do find out otherwise.