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Potentially, unfortunately you could. When the police investigate, they only need "probable cause", or a reasonable belief, that a crime was committed, to make an arrest. However, that is different than the burden of proof a prosecutor (who ultimately makes the decision whether to charge someone) has. A prosecutor must be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, which is a very high burden of proof, that a crime was committed. So, sometimes what happens, even if police make an arrest, police decide not to file charges. It depends on the weight of the evidence. Accusations alone, without solid evidence to support the claim of your involvement in a crime are likely not enough. That would be like me accusing you of stealing from your job. I have no evidence to back up my claim. The reason I say it's "potentially" possible is because of course, ultimately I don't know what will happen, and I can't rule anything out, but I think the chances of it happening on words alone aren't enough.