While it is possible that your landlord could file a suit for eviction, your landlord would still have to convince the court that you were the cause of disturbing the peace and quiet enjoyment of your neighbors. Merely filing a law suit does not mean you would be automatically evicted.
I recommend sending a letter by certified mail to your landlord fully explaining why you dispute the noise complaint. They may claim they never received your first letter.
It is difficult to prove a negative, (i.e. that you did not make the noise), however, documenting your activities, when you leave, arrive, etc. might help. If you believe it is a neighboring tenant who is the source of the complaint, you might also ask the management to relocate you to another unit. It would at least show that you are trying to assist the management in resolving this issue.
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