Well that's not exactly what TX law says as to false reports of child abuse ---so if you are the victim of false reports you might want to discuss it with counsel. Apparently a good % of abuse reports are flat out false
Tx Code 261.107 seems to make somebody who files a false report of child abuse subject to prosecution for a jail felony (more if repeated convictions) plus civil penalties up to $1000 and possible award of reasonable attorney fees to the victim of the false reports.
Other parts of that law address immunity in the context of good faith reports.
My guess is that the system leans to protect the reporter, in fact that is what law says must happen, if there is a shred of possible merit to the complaint and you will need to have a pile of complaints made where the reporter is clearly 100.00% false on several . My guess is reporter can pull off several complaints with extremely dubious basis .
You are going to need skilled season TX counsel to help address when the reporter has gone far enough over the line in the sand--and keep in mind the local prosecutor gets to decide if to prosecute or not --and to get in middle of domestic mud toss may not be good use of scarce public resources.