Again, I suggest that the suspect get a good lawyer and listen to what that lawyer says.
I have never been an alleged victim, I can't very well put myself in an alleged victims state of mind.
It seems to me that it will be up to the suspect's lawyer to poke holes in the alleged victims story. That is the lawyer's job and it is why they make the big bucks. If this goes to court, the suspect's lawyer gets to cross-examine the alleged victim. The alleged victim will have to explain all of the inconsistencies in his or her story.
It sounds to me like you are trying to play lawyer here. We keep advising you against that.
If you are wanting someone to agree with you that sometimes alleged victims are vengeful jerks... yes we agree with you. If you are looking for legal strategy in what sounds like a pretty heavy criminal case, you should really consult a lawyer.