I hired a private caregiver to stay with my father but had to terminate her for lying about the hours she was working. She was hired on the premise that she was self employed. Not only was she a caregiver to my father, she also cleaned houses. Now she has filed unemployment, claiming she made way less than what she was paid and also that my father was her sole employer. Now I'm looking at paying fines, amending two years of taxes for my dad, and paying the employer portion of unemployment. The unemployment office has already sent a field agent out to investigate and I'm worried sick. I have text messages from her stating she was cleaning houses certain days for a regular client of hers. Will this be enough to prove to the ubemplymebt office that she was self employed?