You would need to prove that she made statements in the affidavit that she knew were false. An affidavit is a sworn statement based on that person's information and belief. It is unlikely that she'll admit to lying in the affidavit so you'll need some documentation or witness testimony to prove that she knew she was making a false statement in the affidavit.
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