Version Report showing a huge peak in scope change (user mistake) - how to remove it?

Because of a simple user mistake the Version Report contains a very odd scope change.

User by mistake changed Story Points to issue ID - instead of a low 3 Story Points there were 547 Story Points saved. User immediately noticed the mistake and changed it to 3, but JIRA Agile remembers this and shows on the Version Report as a huge peak in scope change, which is irrelevant to the situation.

 

The goal is to remove this peak. How can this be accomplished?

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Added 1000 story points for one feature in the backlog by mistake ruined my version report.

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How can I remove that mistakenly made scope change so that it would not ruin the story point scope of this chart?

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