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I have never been told in the situation you are in now, where a friend of mine (or a Mom of one of my children's friends) told me I needed to give one of my children a spanking.
Although there were times my mom, or one of my sisters, had been visiting and one (or more) of my children started acting up and commented to me "I think a certain young lady/man needs their bare bottom spanked." But it wasn't said so much in the sense of telling me I need to spank, but more of a warning/statement to my child who was acting up or that they were close to being spanked/about to be spanked.
More than once my mom, or even my sisters, took the initiative to spank one of mine. And there were times I did the same with my nieces and nephews.
But with your situation, I agree with what Michelle told you. I would not rush off and spank until you get the full story. You said you know your daughter and it's not behavior she normally does, especially if she insists she behaved well.
Would she normally tell you if she did something wrong/misbehaved (when questioning her)?
I agree, more investigation is needed. Have you talked more in detail with your daughter to get a more full story of what happened? Ask her why her friend's mother would say she was being rude?