Can I request written documentation of why I was fired?

Question Details: I was fired with no warning for "being creepy towards female workers" and "working so many hours that other workers were creeped out that I was always working". I believe I was fired for working too many hours since I told co-workers that I was working as many hours as I could so I could make $900 on my paycheck at the end of 3 weeks. Before I was fired today, I overheard one of the managers saying, "If he thinks that he's going to work that many hours and get paid" and then they stopped talking when I was close. Can I go back to my job right now and request any documentation they have on me (write-ups and such)?

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