Co-ed leadership requirements are pretty much irrelevant. A boy could accuse a female leader of inappropriate behavior, and he could accuse a male leader of inappropriate behavior. But then a girl could accuse a female leader of inappropriate behavior, and she could accuse a male leader of inappropriate behavior.
Well then, how's that co-ed leadership thingy working out for you.
2 deep will get you better mileage than co-ed leadership.
So now we run the scenario, the co-ed leadership is isolated from each other at times due to the situation. Where's the 2-deep backup at this point?
After 45+ years of working with youth, have I ever been questioned by the authorities about certain situations? Yep, and it ain't no fun. It is not a case of your word against theirs. It's an issue of proving your innocence by proving the youth is lying and one had better come prepared to do just that. No holds barred, bare knuckle, or you might as well sign off your future until you die, as a registered sex offender.
Bend all the YPT rules, redefine them a hundred different ways, interpret them as you feel best fits your style, but in a court of law, they might just toss that all out and measure the merits of the case on common law, not YPT rules.