No, she can not. But this is going to get to be a "he said/she said" issue and going to court about it will be costly. So try and be practicle here. You can call the companies that issued the 1099's and ask them to reissue and you will pick them up. They can likely give you a printout of the numbers regardless. Make sure your address is correct with all your employers. You can also contact the IRS and get copies . Good luck.
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