You can sue anyone for any thing at any time. In this case, if you expect to actually win you will have to be able to show actual damages. How much money has the false statement cost you. If you cannot demonstrate this, you won't win anything worthwhile.
If you believe you can show actual damages, you may be able to pursue a claim for wrongful interference with business relations or defamation.
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As others have said you can always pursue such a case through civil means. It seems unlikely that the criminal justice system would get involved with such a case. Generally the only way to initiate a criminal case is to contact your local police.
These statements do not constitute legal advice. They are meant to be general in nature, for any specific legal questions you should always seek the counsel of an experienced attorney.
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