The quick answer is "no".
Coins sent to an address belong to the "address owning" wallet after the transaction. And only the person who can unlock the wallet can do something with the coins. Thus, if it isn't an address of your wallet, you have no access to the coins transferred to that address. And if you didn't tell someone else your seed and wallet unlocking password, only you have access to coins in your wallet.
Or do you mean something else with "can anybody have access"?