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No, the only real law that I could find would be either the stalking laws or "visual surveillance with prurient intent" (which is where there's a "peeping tom" type sexual aspect, which certain would not be the case here). The main issue with photography laws is what's known as a "reasonable expectation of privacy". Public areas (even common areas of a private residence, etc... where multiple people have a right to congregate) would not lead to a "reasonable expectation of privacy". If you had entered her room without consent, photographed there, etc... that might be a different matter. But the fact that you took a picture in a place where there would NOT be a reasonable expectation of privacy would mean that there would be no crime committed.
So while she CAN threaten you with this (she could threaten to send the martians to deport you to Mars if she wanted to) it would be an empty threat, as there would actually be no violation of the law.
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