No, that appears to be OP's prob, that she didn't attack him, and instead, horror of horrors, was her normal friendly and professional self at an industry night out.
Beyond pathetic really, the reasons some people will manufacture to have a go at someone.
This is about Adele and her actions...I stated she could have blanked him with a polite smile and moved on.
Where did I advocate Adele should have verbally attacked him?
When the attacked happened I believe there was a big hoo hah over woman saying they wouldn't mind having been attacked by him.
What I read and and saw of his actions after the attack made me think he didn't see it as a problem, it was business as usual.