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The law is that she is a legal minor until she reaches the age of 18 and must abide by your decisions.
But at the same time there is not much you can do if she won't agree to abide by your decisions as the police are not going to drag her onto a plane for example.
Do you see what I mean?
It is your legal responsibility to make sure she is taken care of.
So you have to arrange for her to stay with an adult if you don't think she is responsible enough to live on her own.
From a legal point of view she is supposed to listen to you. But I think this boil down more to parenting questions rather than legal questions. And if your daughter is out of control it may be that you need to speak to a school counsellor or therapist of some sort to assist you in figuring out how to deal with her.
You do not ever have to provide her with a television or any other extra but you have to provide her with the basics that she needs until she becomes an adult.