One: those asking for “exorcism” are often mentally ill. Mentally ill people often accuse others of abuse.
Two: A priest does not do an “exorcism” alone. He does it after the psychiatrists check out the patient, and the bishop approves. The prayers are done with a group of believers present, not by the priest alone, and usually a doctor is present too. So did they all “abuse” her?
Actually four points. We cannot discount an actual possession in which a demon is present within the woman, one intent on harming the Church and its clergy.
So did they all abuse her?There was no "all." And exorcisms are not treatment for the mentally ill.