The answers to your questions are: "yes" and "yes". Hard to know what happened at your interview without being present there. You can certainly schedule an Info Pass and go to the district office in inquire about your case.
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First of all only a judge can take your green card away therefore you could possibly be referred to immigration court. The good thing is you were honest about the misstatement on the application. They could possibly ask you to provide proof that you were in fact living together at the time of the filing the I-751 through a request for evidence on the N-400. If this happens you should hire an attorney to write a brief along with the response to the request for evidence. Good luck!
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Meet with an attorney ... some immigration officers can make a 'big deal' of this 'untruth' on your I-751.
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