That's a negative, but depends on which multiverse theory you are talking about. There are theories about multiverses where each universe is wholly independent of each other, no common origins. In those universes, there would be nothing in common between them, and there would be no alternate you's in them either. I am assuming you're not talking about those kinds of multiverses.
The one that is most popular right now is the Many Worlds theory of quantum mechanics, which states that all paths possible to take are taken in some alternate universe! This was as an explanation to the double-slit experiment, for example. The thing to remember about this theory is that it's not just a theory about diverging universes, it's also the theory of converging universes too. The universes don't just diverge and just keep diverging, they also come back together again, and it all becomes the same universe all over again. On the path between A and B, a particle can take an infinite number of paths to get from one point to the other, but the important thing to remember is that all paths lead to the exact same point in the end. The diverging and converging all happen at the quantum level: atoms, electrons, photons, etc. At the classical scale of humans, none of this is happening. So no, there aren't multiple you's leading different lives in another universe somewhere, there is just the one you, leading the exact same life.