You have rights but now that she lives there, so does she. You need to send her an eviction notice, via certified mail. The notice must fit your cities eviction rules and regulations. You can find these out by asking a lawyer or searching on the internet for "eviction regulations in _______ (your town). Usually the eviction notices are 30 days. If she doesn't leave within that time, you go to the sherifs department and give them a copy of the notice and ask them to deliver it. It usually costs about $35 bucks for this service. The second notice is usually for 14 days. If she doesn't leave at the end of that time period, call the police and have a "trespassing" charge filed against her. They will make her leave then as you have followed the rules. Some towns require you go to court, small claims, and file a petition for their removal. You do not have the right to keep her stuff, nor can you put it outside where harm can come of it. But, you can put it all in a garage or closet and insist it stay there. You do not have the right to deny her entry unless the no trespassing charge is applied. She doesn't have any rights to the contents of your house. This includes toilet paper! Just a few hints. Another hint, you can go to court to file a petition for a protection order. All you need to do is tell the judge you fear for the safety of yourself and those you love, then site her refusal to leave and its effect on your house. She would be ordered to stay a certain distance from you. If she violates the order, she can be arrested. Good Luck!