Do you have a question? Have you been charged? Do you have a court date?
First of all DO NOT TALK TO THE POLICE. They may contact you, saying they just want to get your side of the story. You aren't going to convince then she's lying; by the time they take the time to contact you, they already think you're guilty. Remember this phrase -- tattoo it on your wrist if you have to.
"Officer, I respectfully decline to answer any questions. I would like to have an attorney present whenever I speak to you."
No matter what they say, do not say anything else. Remember, cops can lie to you and it's considered good police work, but if they catch you in any inconsistent statements, the prosecutor will use it to prove you were guilty and tried to cover it up. For instance. they may say they don't plan to arrest you, just so they can talk to you without reading your rights, then arrest you anyway.
DON'T TALK TO ANYONE ABOUT THIS CASE EXCEPT AN ATTORNEY.
You need a lawyer. If you can't afford one, the judge will appoint the public defender at your first court appearance. The email where she said she was going to get you in trouble may help, so make sure you tell your lawyer about it.