Nope. She alleged something very specific - that she had offered 40% of her publishing to Radiohead, but that they had knocked this back and were demanding 100%. She/her people also added that Radiohead’s lawyers were “relentless” and she effectively had no choice but to go to court. However, this appears to be either a willful misunderstanding of the position, or a total fabrication. Can only assume that whoever was behind it considered it good for publicity.
All Warners have said is that there have been ‘discussions’. This may have been something a simple as Warners/Radiohead requesting acknowledgement that their song was an influence, or that parts of it had been used in the creation of the LDR song. There are a number of reasons why they could of done this and I suspect that the main one was that they didn’t want a high profile precedent set that it was ok to take elements or use their songs without acknowledgement. It certainly doesn’t look like squeezing LDR for $$$ was the intention or motivation, though, despite what LDR said.
She/her people have effectively made Radiohead look like dicks, though, which could have been (maybe has been) far more damaging for a band like Radiohead than ripping off Creep. I’d probably advise them to sue her over that, tbh, but maybe that’s just me