What do you mean by the word 'wildly'? It suggests 'extremely' inaccurate. Which could be due to either incompetence or an attempt to deliberately mislead.To repeat: I made no accusation of fraud which is clearly a defamatory claim. The ''wildly inaccurate financial statement to companies house" is not as it is a fact.
FYI - the use of the word 'deliberate' in HMRC usage is not quite the same as one would normally use the term, as it can still include incompetence. I know that because I've challenged them on it (not as a result of my own affairs I might add).