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If you can demonstrate that what your supervisor is saying about you is false, then you can sue her for defamation because it is affecting your reputation and income.
To successfully sue your supervisor for defamation you need to prove she made false, injurious, published statements about you and that she lacked any "privilege" protecting her statements.
As you lost out on a bonus and others saw your review, you likely can meet the injurious and published criteria. The issue you may have most trouble with is that your supervisor's review might not constitute defamation because they're opinion-based and it's difficult to prove opinions are false.