Well, I don’t believe you. The snippets you think you remember could well be an altered version of reality. Your mind has a tendency to jumble different memories together. More extreme events are likely to get altered : less extreme events are more likely to be forgotten. Eyewitness testimony is notoriously inaccurate. Hundreds of people jailed for rape based on eyewitness testimony have been released when the Innocence Project and other initiatives started doing DNA testing. There may be accurate kernels of truth that remain, but when the story is so diffuse that no verifiable details remain, the story as a whole becomes unverifiable.
I am not disputing your point that her selective memories could be accurate. However they are so nebulous you cannot show they meet even the most minimal standard of proof. The key point is that without more detail, there is no way a perfectly innocent person could refute the charges.