No and no. You can't sue her.
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You can't sue for abandonment. It's possible for an adult to sue a parent for back child support. You could possibly have sued for child support, and you should speak to a family lawyer about it, but absent some exceptional circumstances, the lawyer will likely tell you that you are above the age at which you can sue for child support.
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