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Even though you are the only female on the team, if they can prove that there is an ACTUAL issue with your tone and body language, then that would be a legitimate reason to raise the issue. However, from what you are saying, this is likely a pretext for discrimination based on your gender, since you say the video shows you have not done what they are claiming. So now you need to take the matter to the EEOC and show that their alleged reasons are merely a pretext for discrimination and it is then up to the EEOC to issue you a right to sue letter, as that is what is required for you to go to court against the employer.
Thank you for your reply. I just saw you were in the UK.
You need to first report this to your union. If the union cannot resolve it, then you file a complaint to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) (not the EEOC).