I’m not sure. It could easily be fine, and I’ve seen people do it in computer case grows. The only real difference is that they’re plants don’t get much bigger than where yours is now when they start to flower.
It may work out better if you can undo it. Then give it some time to straighten out. If that goes ok, you want to bend it slightly from the top. If you do it correctly, all of the lower branches will try to take over. Once that happens, you can remove tie from the top and your plant should start to resemble a chandelier of tops.
Bending below all the nodes could be beneficial, and it will probably create more tops as well. But you’ll probably have to do a lot of supporting as she develops. Use your best judgment as to which way you want to go with it. You’ll learn something either way.