In The Lion King (1994) after Mufasa is killed by Scar, Scar implicitly blames Simba for Mufasa's death, asking rhetorically
Simba, what have you done?
How exactly would Scar know whether Simba had done anything, if he was innocent? Scar wasn't present, when Simba growled at a random lizard. Of course, we know that Simba thinks that he caused the stampede by growling, which indirectly led to Mufasa's death. But from the point of view of Simba, Scar shouldn't know that.
If Scar's goal was to guilt Simba into exile, he would have asked what happened and used that information to push him out of Pride Rock. Instead he just pretends to assume that Simba was the bad guy, even though at that point he had no proof. The proof was provided to Scar after Simba inadvertently blurts out his version of the story.